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Climate alarmists urged to slow down on Maui fire narrative – Expert’s warning from years ago comes true.

In the Broadest​ Sense,⁤ Occam’s Razor: The⁢ Theory That Simplicity is Key

In‌ the broadest​ sense, Occam’s ⁤razor is the theory that,​ more often ⁣than ‌not, the simplest answer is the correct​ answer.

The far left ⁢often bastardizes ‌Occam’s razor by positing maddeningly simplistic answers for all the world’s ills.

Deep-rooted and complicated socioeconomic issues eating away at the ​unity of Americans? Oh, well that’s racism​ and/or sexism.

That same logic is found when dealing with the ⁢fluctuating state of this planet Earth. Anything ⁢and everything falls at the feet of the global boogeyman known as “climate ⁢change.”

(To be clear, we should ‌always be good stewards ‍of this planet — just⁤ not with comically ‍evil ​plans ripped from “The⁤ Simpsons” that will actively make lives worse‍ for the citizens of said planet.)

So you’ll be positively unsurprised to⁢ learn that when utter ‌ tragedy struck the beautiful Hawaiian island⁢ of Maui in the form ​of devastating wildfires, leftist shills were quick to pin the blame on climate change.

Just look at this post from The New York Times ‌on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

Note that the article it promoted was published Thursday, when ‌the death toll was ​36. On Sunday, the number of known deaths from the fire had reached ⁢93, according to ⁢ CBS News.

“The ‍explanation ⁣is​ straightforward: As the planet⁢ heats up, no place is protected from disasters,” the post confidently ​proclaims.

It doesn’t take ​much ‍sleuthing to find ⁣similar sentiments echoed throughout X:

Here’s a vapid post moving the goalposts ​— ‌yet again — in a⁣ pathetic attempt to argue that it really is climate‍ change.

Well, as is often the case,​ it’s ⁢time to throw⁣ an⁤ ice-cold bucket of water on those climate alarmists ⁢(and⁣ their theories ​as well, if you must).

As ⁢ Fox News reported, Clay Trauernicht, a ⁣professor and environmental management expert at the University of Hawaii⁢ at⁤ Manoa, wants to pump the brakes on all this climate panicking.

“Blaming this on weather ‌and climate is misleading,” Trauernicht wrote in thread‍ of‌ tweets published⁣ Wednesday.‍ “Hawai’i’s fire ⁤problem is ⁢due⁢ to the vast ⁤areas of unmanaged, nonnative grasslands from⁢ decades of declining agriculture.

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“These savannas now cover about a million acres across the main ​Hawaiian Islands, mostly the​ legacy of ‌land clearing for plantation agriculture and ranching in the late 1800s/early 1900s. The transformation ​to ⁤savanna makes the landscape way more ⁤sensitive to bad ‘fire weather’ — hot, dry, windy conditions. It also means we get huge buildups of fuels during rainy periods.”

And ‌if anyone thinks⁢ that Trauernicht is some sort of reactionary,‌ opportunistically using the disaster to⁤ make a point, the man’s been sounding the alarm since at least 2019, when he penned a letter to the editor in⁤ The Maui⁢ News ‌about⁢ far less​ devastating fires.

Look, sometimes the simplest ‌answer really​ is best.⁣ Humans have a maddening ⁤tendency to over-complicate things (just look at any time ‌Vice President Kamala Harris opens her ‌mouth to speak.)

But in this case, it’s really not‌ a simple answer. Democrats and the left would have ​you ⁣believe that banning gas-powered cars (and stoves)⁤ and⁢ preventing cows from farting will save all of ​us.

If it were​ actually that ⁤simple, great! Sign us all up. Surely we could all use a little less bovine​ flatulence in our lives.

But it’s not that simple, it’s ⁣never ‌been that simple, and based on what Trauernicht had⁤ to say⁤ about those‍ tragic Lahaina fires, it will never be that ‍simple.

This planet that God​ gifted us is a complicated tapestry‍ of give​ and take. ⁤There is no one-size-fits-all solution, no matter how much advertising money​ the Democrats throw behind​ catchy slogans that claim otherwise.

Turns out that ⁤you ‍can ⁢only‌ sell simple ​solutions for so long before ​people start asking for real​ answers.

The post‍ Expert Tells Climate Alarmists to Pump the Brakes on Maui Fire Narrative – He Published​ a Warning Years Ago Predicting ⁢This appeared ‍first on The Western Journal.



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