In the headline to this post, I can make a wee suggestion for change:
NPR Spreads Misinformation About Climate Change and Models (Again)
Actually, you could put it as “NPR Spreads Misinformation About _________ (Again)” or even just “NPR Spreads Misinformation (Again)” if you want to go for brevity.
However, let me not spoil your enjoyment of the article itself, which is brimful of all sorts of anti- Green / Net Zero / glueball wormening or whatever the Watermelons are calling it nowadays. A taste:
Since climate is an average of weather in a region over the span of 30 years, right away attempting to attribute individual storms to climate change is unscientific at best. Attribution research has been widely criticized for its inability to be repeated through testing, falsified, or measured in the real world—all necessary characteristics of science—and for the fact that predictions made by the models are based on emission scenarios that don’t match real world emission data, and are, in some instances, impossible.
All that, and so much more. Read it, and chuckle.