Here are the authentic facts that I found from my own research on this:
GreenNewDeal-cornethanol: Good bye cornethanol, Hello $2 corn prices again....$5 soybeans/supply gluts/ August 2019
Renewable vs fossil fuels: Diffuse solar vs dense fossil fuels. Benefits of CO2. September 2019
Another secret about fossil fuels: Haber Bosch process-fertilizers feeding the planet using natural gas-doubling food production/crop yields. September 2019
Renewable energy: When can it replace fossil fuels? August 2019
Sanders Touts $16 Trillion Climate Plan: Anti Science Bernie = the complete opposite of the truth! August 2019
Maybe 'extreme weather' is just weather
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago reported in January 2019 that “[f]orty-eight percent of Americans find the science on climate change to be more persuasive than it was five years ago, with three-quarters of them crediting recent extreme weather events for changing their views” This conclusion was based on results from a November 2018 survey of Americans age 18 and older conducted by the Energy Policy Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Climate change concerns could be reasonably mitigated if more people would carefully consider The Weaponization of Weather in the Phony Climate War by Joe Bastardi. As Mr. Bastardi says, this book “examines and compares past events with the hope that a rational person will at least take a look.” In addition, The Weaponization of Weather addresses front-page issues such as the connection of COVID-19 to climate change and touches on the influence of ideology and politics to the conduct of science.
In “The Weaponization of Weather,” Mr. Bastardi proffers one of the best challenges to the hysterical claims that humans are causing over-the-top climate change by demonstrating that “extreme weather” can be predicted based on its natural occurrence in history. Mr. Bastardi is a weather historian with an encyclopedic knowledge of past weather events. He is a long-time practitioner in the atmospheric science field with 45 years of experience.