For the past 20 years, alarmists have claimed the ocean currents are slowing down and global warming is to blame. Alarmists backed up their claims with computer models they claimed predicted and replicated the slowdown. Slower ocean currents, they claimed, would alter African and Indian rainfall patterns and impact Atlantic hurricanes. As recently as 2019, alarmist “studies” claimed ocean currents had declined to their slowest pace in 1,600 years.

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Andy Singer is the Digital Media Manager at The Heartland Institute and the host of Climate Realism videos.


  1. Hello Andy. The main reason why I did only a 3 year pass degree at the Australian National University in Canberra in the early 1970s in Geography under Professor Basil Johnson, was that if I wanted to do 4 th year honours I had to include statistics and modelling. I avoided both like the plague because I knew then that modelling can easily be a load of nonsense and statistics- don’t start me. Needless to say. the Prof was very dissapointed, but I wasn’t. Best wishes. Keep up the good work. Richard Hines, York, Western Australia.

  2. Very informative. My friend and I butt heads on a lot of issues this one as well. He is of the alarmist viewpoint. I do agree that humans have some impact but not to the extreme that the alarmists believe Enjoyed your video. All best from Canada!


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