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Let's Discuss Climate Scare Heat Deaths, Should We Be Concerned?

It's hot. How many people are dying?
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Heat Wave Continues

It's Hot!

Heat Wave Related Deaths 

End of Human Life

Heat Paradox

Rising temperatures save 166,000 lives.

For discussion and the complete study, please see Global, regional, and national burden of mortality associated with non-optimal ambient temperatures from 2000 to 2019: a three-stage modelling study.

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The study is not as cynical as the charts and Tweets make it seem. It concludes:

A substantial burden of mortality is attributable to non-optimal temperatures, which exhibits complex geographical and temporal patterns worldwide. Our findings call for decisive and coordinated action to raise public awareness of temperature as a health risk. The variation in regional and local mortality burden associated with non-optimal temperature warrants in-depth exploration to design adaptive strategies against both excess heat and cold that protect health.

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