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Remember on Thursday when the United States House Committee on Science, Space and Technology tweeted, without comment or correction, a link to a (non-scientific publication) Breitbart article about how global warming isn't real? The article, titled, "Global Temperatures Plunge. Icy Silence From Climate Alarmists," included a clip of Weather.com meteorologist Kait Parker, edited to look as though she agreed with their bogus claim that temperatures were cooling.

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Well, Weather.com is not having any of this nonsense. On Tuesday, they published an article of their own, called "Note to Breitbart: Earth Is Not Cooling, Climate Change Is Real and Please Stop Using Our Video to Mislead Americans," contradicting Breitbart's claims.

Along with the article, they also released this video, in which Parker herself explains how the author of the Breitbart article cherry-picked certain data and skewed study findings. She refutes their claim point by point, proving that yes, global warming is real, and that unfortunately, temperatures really are at a record high, as the alarmists scientists having been saying all along.

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Look at her try to use her fancy "scientific knowledge"and "facts." So quaint. Sorry, brb, the world is on fire.