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'Bombogenesis' Replaces 'Polar Vortex' as Excuse for Extreme Cold

November 9th, 2014 4:17 PM
A brave new word seems to have replaced polar vortex as a global warming excuse for very cold weather: "bombogenesis." The viewers of CBS This Morning were introduced to this word on Friday by non climate expert, physicist Michio Kaku, when he used it to explain in very apocalyptic terms a huge storm about to hit the country this week which will cause such extreme cold that it will last…

COLD SHOULDER: ABC, CBS Exclude Scientists Critical of Global Warming

March 6th, 2014 3:47 PM
Like a simple parlor trick, the networks are able to make skeptical scientists vanish, at least from the eyes of their viewers. In some cases, the broadcast networks have failed to include such scientists for years, while including alarmist scientists within the past six months. ABC, CBS and NBC’s lengthy omission of scientists critical of global warming alarmism propped up the myth of…

CBS Blames Global Warming for Harsh Winter Weather

February 13th, 2014 11:11 AM
As a snow storm beared down on the east coast on Thursday, CBS This Morning sought to lay blame on global warming, with the headline on screen fretting: "Extreme Weather; Are These Kinds of Storms, Droughts Unprecedented?" Co-host Charlie Rose turned New York City College physics professor Michio Kaku and wondered: "What's causing all this?" [View video after the jump…

ABC Touts Anti-Nuke Activist, Ex-Aide to a Lefty Organization as Exper

March 14th, 2011 12:31 PM
Good Morning America on Monday featured two liberal experts to explain the escalating crisis in Japan, but didn't identify the leftist background of either. Co-host George Stephanopoulos identified Joe Cirincione as someone "who has also spent many years inside the U.S. government dealing with nuclear issues." The ABC anchor failed to mention that Cirincione previously worked…

CBS 'Early Show' Blames Winter Storms on Global Warming

February 2nd, 2011 10:27 AM
Speaking to physicist Michio Kaku on Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge fretted over the recent series of severe winter storms and wondered: "...nine storms in seven weeks, why is this happening?...a lot of people want to talk about global warming and thinking that that may actually come into play here. Is that accurate? Is that having an effect on what's going on?…