Property Insurance Rates Prove Climate Change and Extreme Weather is a Hoax

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If the frequency of extreme weather was in fact increasing, you can be 100% certain that property insurance rates would be increasing. They aren’t. This is about as objective a measure as you can find proving that the real data behind climate change is nothing to be alarmed about. Insurance companies certainly aren’t concerned.

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3 thoughts on “Property Insurance Rates Prove Climate Change and Extreme Weather is a Hoax”

  1. “If the frequency of extreme weather was in fact increasing, you can be 100% certain that property insurance rates would be increasing.”

    My father was in the insurance biz, reinsurance specifically, and from what he taught me about it, there is absolutely no doubt that those rates would be sky high if we were experiencing alarming trends in “extreme weather” . . They have to be fixated on the risks, they constantly monitor the losses, and they hate going bankrupt ; )

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    1. Yep, either the entire insurance industry is wrong, or the climate alarmists are wrong, one has to be wrong. The insurance industry puts their money where their mouths are, climate alarmists have no skin in the game. In fact, their incomes depend on perpetuating the hoax they are manufacturing.

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