Top Meteorologist Claims the Debate About Global Warming is Over, But Not How Al Gore Says It Is

Things aren’t looking so good for Al Gore. Check this out…

John Coleman, meteorologist and co-founder of the Weather Channel, wrote a letter to the Hammer Forum – which held a climate change symposium Thursday night in Los Angeles – outlining his position on the topic of man-made climate change. The main points from the letter, which was picked up by the British publication The Express:

  • There has not been man-made global warming in the past, is none in the present, and there’s no reason to fear that there might be any in the future.
  • Efforts to prove the CO2 emissions cause climate change have failed.
  • There has been no warming over the last 18 years.
  • There is no climate crisis, the oceans aren’t rising, polar ice is increasing, polar bears are increasing, and heat waves and storms are not increasing.
  • Climate change is a political and environmental agenda item without basis in science.

Princeton University climate expert William Happer added the following:

“The incredible list of supposed horrors that increasing carbon dioxide will bring the world is pure belief disguised as science.”

In 2010 a high-level inquiry by the InterAcademy Council found there was “little evidence” to support the IPCC’s claims about global warming.

Read more: IJ Review

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