Global warming is a hoax.
One might be tempted to believe that it was not possible, but on July 5, 2017 it snowed in Finnmark, the local newspaper iFinnmark reports.
Alf Sterner Johansen, who is employed by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, says that it is not quite normal to meet snowy roads on a summer day like this.
- The ground is white. It's not something one experience every year, he says.
Johansen also states that the Public Roads Administration has been checking the road between Kautokeino and the Finnish border, where it was snow on the road at Áidejávri and on the Finnish side.
"It was minus one degree Celsius in Finland, and heavy rain that went more and more over to snow," he says.
When experts saw that the global warming narrative failed, they instead called it "man-made climate change." They can then continue to trick people and continue the scam to receive money for an ever more obvious hoax.
The 2007 Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore, told a German audience in 2008 that “the entire North polarized cap will disappear in five years.” But it’s still there, and some scientists reported that the Arctic ice cap was actually getting larger a few years later.
Yet people still continue to listen to, believe and fund these money-grabbing hoaxers.
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