Climate Change killed only 70% during a heat wave?

Saw this this morning:

Do people really not see how stupid a lot of this climate change hysteria sounds?  Got some questions.

  • How does one determine who died of “climate change” and who just died because it was hot?
  • If Paris has not experienced increased temperatures since then, wouldn’t that mean it wasn’t actually climate change, but just a fluke really hot summer?
  • If it definitely was “climate change”, and it’s not been that hot since, then that means the “climate change” must have been fixed, right?
  • If “climate change” only accounted for 70% of the heat-related deaths, what caused the heat that killed the other 30%?

Maybe we should take a quick look-see and see what’s actually happened in Paris since then.  This shouldn’t be too hard.

OK, “climate change” means the “climate” has changed, right?  Not just some one-off weather incident like a heat wave, but that it has “changed”.  Right?

Right.

Given that the “climate” is almost exactly what it was in 1998 gives no support at all to the argument that Paris has experienced “climate change”.  Therefore, the event of 2003 was simply what was previously referred to as a “heat wave“.  Once it passed, Paris’s climate returned to normal.  And for several years after that “heat wave”, it was actually cooler than it had been before the speculated “climate change” occurred just in 2003 that killed 70% of the people who died during that event.

Now that Paris is obviously cooling, since it’s not as hot as it was in 2003, does that mean we go back to the Impending Ice Age scare of the 70’s?