This was the headline to the error-ridden article below, “Chilling fact is most climate change theories are wrong”.Once again there is a deliberate misunderstanding about the term “climate change” actually means and what it leads to.It was Maurice Newmann at his mad hatter finest.The Australian, 8 March 2018:Recent research suggests a mini ice age may be a greater threat to the planetYou have to hand it to Peter Hannam, TheSydney Morning Herald’s climate change alarmist-in-chief, for his report last month, “ ‘Really extreme’ global weather event leaves scientists aghast”.Hannam is often the canary in the coalmine (er, wind farm) when there is a sense that public belief in man-made global warming is flagging. With Europe in the grip of a much colder winter than predicted and with the abnormal chill spreading even to Africa, he did his best to hold the line.Earlier this year, Climate Council councillor Will Steffen also climbed on board — for The Sydney Morning Herald of course. Extreme cold in Britain, Switzerland and Japan, a record-breaking cold snap in Canada and the US and an expansion of the East Antarctic ice sheet coincided with a Bureau of Meteorology tweet (later retracted) that January 7 had set a heat record for the Sydney Basin. Steffen told us these seemingly unrelated events were in fact linked. “Climate disruption” explained both. Whether fire or ice, we’re to blame. No ifs, no buts.Now a warming Arctic provides the perfect opportunity for Hannam to divert attention from the latest deep freeze……Read the full article here.