The Great Barrier Reef Coral Recovery Hockey Stick That The Media Can't Report on Honestly - Granite Grok

The Great Barrier Reef Coral Recovery Hockey Stick That The Media Can’t Report on Honestly

Great Barrier Reef Photo by Daniel Pelaez Duque on Unsplash 400x

Global Warming is god. It is responsible for everything from plane tending floods, to drought, to melting icecaps, to erectile dysfunction, to the heartbreak of psoriasis. You did it, all of it, and one of the things you did was destroy coral reefs. the Great Barrier Reef in Australia in particular. Or did you?

New data shows a hockey-stick-like surge in coral growth.

 

coral growth hockey stick
This data series, which started in 1985, is taken from the Australian Institute of Marine Science’s yearly long-term monitoring of the Reef. Source: Peter Ridd

 

It’s so alarmingly contrary to the Climate Cult narrative that they’ve gone out of their way to dismiss it.

 

UK Guardian – “Great Barrier Reef outlook ‘very poor’ despite coral ‘recovery’, Australian scientists say”

Australian Gov: “Small start to coral recovery in the Great Barrier Reef …”

ABC News – “Great Barrier Reef in ‘recovery’ but experts say progress will be threatened by climate-related disturbances”

 

Translation: it’s too soon to stop millions if not billions in grants and funding that might be better used on some actual problem.

That’s how the game works and to that end, I’ve taken the liberty of doing to the Coral data above what the progressives do. I’ve presented it in the best possible light to advance my agenda.

modified coral growth graph

The major difference here is that I’ve already shown you all the data. You can see that coral is growing at the fastest recorded rate since records were kept over 125 years ago.

One more point. Whatever the climate-related disturbances are, and we know they have been both going and accelerating if the same people are to be believed, the data suggests they are having either no impact or, more likely, a positive impact.

Feel free to take credit for that.

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