Why is global warming not real

Climate change: Real, but also questionable

What amazes me about your article ... is that ... the real threats from climate change (that would be, for example, the spread of Aedes Sp. To Central Europe and the infections it transmits, such as dengue) ... a multitude of rather juxtaposed with questionable threats. One should mention the spread of the West Nile virus, which is not so easily justified by global warming, but rather has complex, probably not fully understood causes (e.g. bird migration routes, global trade in birds, occurrence of Broad host range Culex Sp.). ...

In a cool and rainy summer, water temperatures in the Baltic Sea hardly exceed 20 degrees Celsius, and because of the cold there will be few vibrions and ... few bathers. There can be hardly any infections ... But if the bathers ... prefer water temperatures over 20 degrees Celsius, ... you will find them on the Mediterranean Sea or even further south. Their bathing holiday there in the warm water was not threatening ... So: It is not serious to turn the slightly warmer Baltic Sea into a climatic threat scenario for the swimmer ... or the average citizen. ... I would also advise an immunosuppressed person with open wounds against bathing in surface water below 20 degrees Celsius.

I happily agree that a heat wave can be dangerous for the elderly. But we see the high excess mortality in these as well as in patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases in the death statistics in winter ... This is largely due to influenza, but also to other respiratory viral infections. These are epidemic in the cold season and are also more severe than in summer. One could therefore even speculate that for these groups (and thus also for the average citizen, who is statistically quite old), global warming could even result in a decline in mortality over the whole year ... I have mostly been traveling with them for 50 years the bike ... and hope that it is healthy ... But it is gross nonsense to write that public transport is healthy. Because when sitting in the bus or standing tightly packed in the subway, you have no movement. And what else should be healthy about public transport? The transmission of respiratory viruses through droplet infection is certainly not. ...

Dr. med. Albert Heim, 30627 Hanover