Besides being an obvious tragedy for many across the world, this is a reminder that "weather" is not "climate," unless it suits the needs of environmental hotheads to claim that it is. When there's a hot spell or a dry spell or a wet spell that can somehow be connected with the climate change narrative, the media resounds with panicky warnings. But when people die of frostbite in Punjab and temperatures hit -58F in Russia, the silence of the alarmists is deafening.
Civil casualties in Aleppo are sad but negligible
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