Saturday, January 31, 2009

Global Warming a Hoax - Says Distinguised Weatherman

I don’t know who is worse, the idiot weatherman or Fox News… Give me a break!

Weather Channel Founder Blasts Gore Over Global Warming Campaign

John Coleman, now a weatherman at San Diego's KUSI, writes on his station's Web site that Al Gore is ignoring the faulty research behind global warming.

The founder of the Weather Channel is ridiculing Al Gore over his calls for action on global climate change, saying in a column that global warming is a "hoax" and "bad science."
John Coleman, now a weatherman at San Diego's KUSI, wrote on his station's Web site Wednesday that Gore refuses to acknowledge the faulty research on which the idea of global warming is based.

Coleman's lengthy scolding came as the former vice president and Nobel Peace Prize winner addressed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and urged lawmakers to pass a bill that would put caps on heat-trapping gases and take the lead on a global climate treaty.
Coleman wrote that the Environmental Protection Agency is "on the verge" of naming CO2 (carbon dioxide) as a pollutant, and that seemingly all of Washington is on board with such CO2 silliness."

"I am totally convinced there is no scientific basis for any of it," Coleman wrote, describing the decades-old theory that increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere leads to global warming.

"Global Warming. It is the hoax. It is bad science. It is a high jacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history," Coleman wrote.

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  1. You don't seem to know enough about the subject to have anything to say about it. Did you actually read what the weatherman said, or his other information?

  2. Anonymous,

    No, I hadn’t seen the articles, thanks for the links.

    Independently of the media scare tactics, schemes to receive funding and Al Gore’s political motives (as detailed at your provided links), it is abundantly clear that the referenced Fox news article challenges excepted science without providing the slightest evidence and does so for the purpose of creating conspiracy theories and distrust within the general public.

    My dislike of the articles arises not from its critiques of Gore, government and what it calls “environmentalists” – although these tactics are objectionable – rather I’m irritated by the way in which scientists, and science in general, is taken out of context and misrepresented. Fox News has a reputation for doing this very thing.

    Yes, many people are using climate change alarm to turn a profit – that has absolutely nothing to do with climate change itself, nor the vast majority of independent scientists who study it.