While climate facts, courtesy of the mainstream media, are scaremongering about a predicted wave of “heat deaths” from dire climate change, the actual data shows that it is the colder months when most people die. And what is the federal government doing? This makes energy for heating more expensive.
If the climate did as it wished, we would all die of heatstroke because the climate would get warmer. Especially during the “hot summer months”. A claim that would probably make people living in tropical countries shake their heads if told about it. Because in some parts of the world, which are not so small, like Germany during the summer, the temperature is almost normal all year round.
but that’s not all. Do you know when most people usually die? in winter. Then when it’s cold and dark. From December to March, the death risk in Germany is well above the annual average, while from May to September the numbers are well below it. But it also means that it is certainly not the sunny and warm summer months that have a negative impact on our life expectancy.
One must bear in mind that it is the cold, dark winter months when the immune system is affected as a result of vitamin D deficiency and when waves of flu spread across the country. Accidents are also more due to adverse weather and more darkness. There are a lot of factors to consider, but the basic thing is clear: Summer (even if it’s a little hotter than average) is not our enemy. On the contrary, it is the cold, dark winters that cause us physical (and emotional) problems.
But if the German federal government continues like this and artificially increases the cost of heating, it will only exacerbate the problem of high mortality in winter. One could even say that the federal government’s climate and energy policies are actually killing people. If people would no longer be able to heat their homes, the death toll would increase even more.