Climate Alarmists Wrong Again: Science Disproves Claim Typhoon Haiyan

December 3rd, 2013 1:21 PM
Ever since Typhoon Haiyan devastated portions of Southeast Asia -- particularly the Philippines -- in early November, members of the self-styled mainstream media and climate alarmists have charged that "the most powerful storm ever" was caused in part by global warming, and more “extreme weather events” will happen because even during a climate change “pause,”…

Global Warming Skeptics Rebut Face the Nation Segment on Climate Chang

May 27th, 2013 10:23 AM
CBS's Face the Nation Sunday spent fifteen minutes discussing climate change and amongst other things its impact on tornadoes - in particular the EF-5 that hit Moore, Oklahoma, last week. As not one global warming skeptic was invited to participate in the panel, I've taken the liberty of getting opinions from some of the leaders on the realist side of the debate (video follows with…

Are We Entering Era of Global Cooling Alarmism

January 19th, 2009 10:02 AM
Pity the poor global warming alarmists such as Al Gore, James Hansen of NASA, and the Weather Channel's Heidi Cullen. They went way out on the limb in promoting the absolute certainity of global warming and now Mother Nature is sawing it off behind them with the coldest weather in decades. To spare themselves complete embarrassment, you might have noticed that many media outlets and global…

TWC Clear-Cuts Enviro Show; Status of Critic Who Wanted to De-License

November 23rd, 2008 8:19 PM
Who says there aren't some positive side-effects to a slowing economy?I'd say this one, as reported by the Washington Post's "Capital Weather Gang" blog, qualifies:NBC Universal made the first of potentially several rounds of staffing cuts at The Weather Channel (TWC) on Wednesday, axing the entire staff of the "Forecast Earth" environmental program ..... The layoffs totaled…

TWC’s Cullen Advocates Using Weather.com, Google Earth to Promote Gl

May 1st, 2008 4:48 PM
The Weather Channel's Heidi Cullen says one of the steps to fight global warming is using images to affect people's outlook. At the "Covering a Changing Climate: The Media Challenge" forum held at Harvard University in Boston, Mass. on April 30, Cullen suggested using Weather.com and Google Earth to add visual elements to promote the cause. "[I] split my time between The…