Patrick T. Brown, a top climate scientist at Johns Hopkins University deliberately omitted a key fact about climate change in an article just recently published to make sure that climate editors run it. The detail that he omitted is that 80% of wildfires are started by humans.The world’s academic journals reject papers which “don’t support certain narratives” and focus “intently on climate change as the root cause of wildfires,” he told The Free Press.

His recently authored paper, Climate warming increases extreme daily wildfire growth risk in California’, published in Nature last week, deliberately focuses on “how climate change has affected extreme wildfire behaviour” and does not mention other factors, he said.

“I just got published in Nature because I stuck to a narrative I knew the editors would like. That’s not the way science should work,’ the article begins.

Clearly, the masses are being pushed upon a climate change narrative which is full of omitted details and omitted truth.

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