The Fraud of Global Warming
At the 2008 International Conference on climate change, the founder of the Weather Channel, John Coleman told the audience that he is highly critical of global warming alarmism.
Coleman revealed his strategy for exposing what he called “the fraud of global warming.” He advocated suing those who sell carbon credits, which includes Al Gore. This would force global warming alarmists to give a more honest account of the policies they propose.
“The Weather Channel has been an outlet for global warming alarmism. That lawsuit would get so much publicity, so much media attention. As the experts went to the media stand to testify, I feel like that could become the vehicle to finally put some light on the fraud of global warming.”
“The Weather Channel had great promise, and that’s all gone now because they’ve made every mistake in the book on what they’ve done and how they’ve done it and it’s very sad. The Weather Channel is now for sale and hopes the new owners can recapture the vision and stop reporting the traffic, telling us what to think and start giving us useful weather information.”
You may remember when the Weather Channel’s Heidi Cullen argued that the American Meteorological Society should punish weathercasters who had doubts about human influence on global warming with decertification.
In an interview, Coleman posed the question, “Is Al Gore committing financial fraud by selling carbon credits for millions of dollars based on unproven science? There is no evidence that CO2 will lead to a climatic catastrophe as Gore claims.”
Al Gore having to defend his global warming claims in court. Now that would be a reality show worth watching.