Global warming alarmist Tim Flannery is writing a book that will either be his shortest or most stunning backflip.
That’s because his publisher claims Flannery will “show how we could apply what we had learned from coronavirus to climate change”.
That should be a bombshell, because what Australia has learnt is: DON’T TRUST THE MODELLING.
I’m talking about the mathematical models that persuaded the Morrison Government that between 50,000 and 150,000 Australians would die from the virus.
As the Sydney Morning Herald gasped: “Deputy Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly said that the number of infections would range between 20 per cent to 60 per cent of the population … ‘The death rate is around 1 per cent. You can do the maths.’”
Well, I can at least count.
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