Far too many people have been "conditioned" to react to bad weather by thinking "climate change". But Dr. John Robson explains that, just as Pavlov's dogs learned to salivate at the sound of a metronome (no, not a bell) even though there was no inherent connection between that device and the appearance of food, people have come to associate storms, droughts, wildfires and so on with global warming, CO2 and higher taxes even though there's no inherent connection, in the view of most scientists. 

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