BREAKING: Conspiratorial Pseudoscientific Headline
Hyperbolic and poorly extrapolated misinterpretation of data.
Overly emotional assertion that [HORRIBLE 20th AND 21st CENTURY ACTIVITY] causes [HORRIBLE CALAMITY THAT WOULD NEVER EVER HAPPEN OTHERWISE EVER].
Exceedingly thin Veneer of Veracity.
Ignoring of nuance; assertion that all nuance is committed by “shills.”
Invitation to “make the jump.”
Blockquoted excerpt of University Press release OR “science” journalism website, such as LiveScience.
This paper says this. It will do this. This will happen. Happenings will happen. Random quote from paper’s author. Happening. Also Happening. Happening now. Hyperbole. Now. Now. Now.Assertion that said paper makes said point. No Actual links to actual paper.
Youtube Video allegedly proving hyperbolic extrapolation of data.
Random Google Earth images.
Conspiratorial and accusatory “what if” questions.
Assertion that “we” should do “something.”