Top Climate Scientist Blows Whistle: Wildfires Are Caused by Humans, Not ‘Global Warming’


by Frank Bergman, Slay News:

A leading climate scientist has spoken out to reveal that “certain narratives” claiming “global warming” is causing an increase in wildfires around the world are false.

Patrick T. Brown, a lecturer at Johns Hopkins University and doctor of Earth and climate sciences, has blown the whistle to warn the public that the majority of devastating wildfires are caused by arson, accidental human ignition, and poor forestry management.


The comments from Brown directly conflict with the narrative pushed by Democrats and their allies in the corporate media who claim the fires are caused by the so-called “climate crisis.”

As Slay News reported earlier, Brown recently revealed that leading academic journals reject papers that contradict the narratives of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) green agenda.

He says journals instead favor “distorted” research which hypes up the alleged dangers of “global warming.”

Brown said editors at Nature and Science – two of the most prestigious scientific journals – select “climate papers that support certain preapproved narratives.”

In an article for The Free Press, Brown likened the approach to the way “the press focus so intently on climate change as the root cause” of wildfires, including the recent devastating fires in Hawaii.

He pointed out that research proves that 80 percent of wildfires are ignited by humans.

According to Brown, most fires are caused by arson while many are ignited accidentally by humans.

In many cases, the wildfires spread quickly due to poor forestry management.

However, Brown admits that he has faked his own studies to get the papers published in prestigious journals.

Brown gave the example of a paper he recently authored titled “Climate warming increases extreme daily wildfire growth risk in California.”

He said the paper, which was published in Nature last week, “focuses exclusively on how climate change has affected extreme wildfire behavior.”

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