Could it be that the end is coming?
No, I'm not talking about the end of the world (be it the end of the Mayan calendar or the Book of Revelations). Instead I'm talking about the end of the seemingly endless climate alarmism.
Frankly, most people are sick to death of the endless prognostications being put forth daily by the Climate-Change-Is-All-The-Fault-Of-The-Evil-Humans warmists. So many of their predictions have come to naught, their climate models so defective as to be useless, and too many of them keep trying to convince people that weather is synonymous with climate and that the occasion bout of bad weather is the beginning of the end. (Bad weather cycles have been happening since long before we were around and will continue long after we're gone.)
Climate does change. It always has. To say that we puny humans can be the sole cause of warming (or cooling) is extreme arrogance. We may have an effect on local climate as in the heat island effect regularly seen around cities, but the area of all those cities combined would amount to such an infinitesimal amount of warming compared to the rest of the world.
All we can hope for is rational discussion based upon observable phenomena, accurate data, and experiments easily repeatable by others. Should the trend away from alarmism continue, we might just be able to go about our lives devoid of emotionally charged doom-saying.
But I'm not holding my breath.