Wrong Again: 2023 Edition – ‘Hottest Lying Ever’

Published January 16, 2024
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Was 2023 the “hottest year ever”? Did the Earth boil? If you had to choose between which is worse, slight global warming or nuclear war, would you pick nuclear war?

2023’s apocalyptic climate claims hit heights of nonsense not seen since 1969 when Stanford biologist and National Academy of Sciences member Paul Ehrlich predicted to the New York Times that we would all go up in a “cloud of blue steam” by 1989 or since 2009 when then-Prince Charles said we only had eight years to save the world.

Wrong Again: 2023 ‘Hottest Lying Ever’ Edition is the latest installment in the Wrong Again series. It spotlights an unlucky 13 climate claims from 2023 and before, that didn’t survive the year.

You can also read a letter The Heartland Institute sent to House Speaker Mike Johnson urging Republicans to start fighting back against President Biden’s disastrous Green New Deal agenda. The letter was signed by James Taylor, President of The Heartland Institute; Steve Milloy, Senior Energy & Environment Legal Institute Legal Fellow; Jason Isaac, CEO of American Energy Institute (AEI); Craig Rucker, President of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT); Tom Harris, Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC); and Frank Lasee, President of Truth in Energy and Climate. The letter was covered on January 15, 2024 by Fox News.