A university-affiliated climate scientist recently sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General and the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy advising the administration to pursue a federal racketeering investigate of those either in the private sector or within the government who work to “undermine climate science.” The letter, was signed by about 20 supporters of Dr. Jagadish Shukla and created an uproar, with accusations that the authors were hoping to criminalize those who question how much humans contribute to climate change. In other words, anyone who is an expert in climatology and meteorology and displays skepticism towards any theories or studies of climate change a/k/a global warming endorsed by leftist politicians such as former vice president and senator Al Gore as well as the new-kid-on-the-block Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a self-identifying socialist who has almost the entire Democratic Party and news media eating out of her hand.
While Dr. Shukla was treated like a patriot by the Deep State and climate change supporters, the majority of news media outlets have intentionally or ignorantly failed to cover a story that seems more pertinent than ever. During one of President Barack Obama’s last interview on 60 Minutes he used his actions against the threat of climate change as evidence of his leadership abilities. And the interviewer, Steve Kroft, either let him spout his propaganda without knowledge of a noteworthy development or he intentionally allowed Obama to get over on the ill-informed American public.
It has been reported that 30,000 scientists, including a top-tier leader of the science community as well as the founder of The Weather Channel, have come forward to sue Al Gore for fraud. Al Gore has made massive profits in the promotion of the global warming mythology, and he played a key role in getting the ‘Cap and Trade’ legislation passed.
The man who began the project that eventually served as the basis for a lawsuit, was the late Physicist Frederick Seitz. He served as President of the US National Academy of Sciences and of Rockefeller University in New York City. His awards include the National Medal of Science, the Compton Award, the Franklin Medal, and numerous other awards, including honorary doctorates from 32 Universities around the world.
Joining Dr. Seitz was the man who founded what has become a television staple for millions of Americans, The Weather Channel. Now the TWC creator is planning to file another federal lawsuit against former Vice President and failed Presidential candidate, Al Gore. The lawsuit accuses Gore of committing fraud on a grand scale.
John Coleman, who founded the cable network during the early 1980’s, believes that suing proponents of global warming, including Al Gore who made a film that won an Oscar, for fraud. He also feels that companies that sell carbon credits should also be sued for capitalizing on fraudulent information.
Al Gore has made massive profits in the promotion of the global warming mythology, and he played a key role in getting the ‘Cap and Trade’ legislation passed. Perhaps this lawsuit will finally give the thousands of ‘dissenting’ scientists a voice again.
“Is [Al Gore] committing financial fraud? That is the question,” Coleman said in a statement. Coleman became furious when Gore turned down his request to have a televised debate in front of a live audience.
“Since we can’t get a debate, I thought perhaps if we had a legal challenge and went into a court of law, where it was our scientists and their scientists, and all the legal proceedings with the discovery of all their documents… and scientific testimony from both sides, we could finally get a good solid debate on the issue,” Coleman said. “I’m confident that the advocates of ‘no significant effect from carbon dioxide’ would win the case.”
The compound carbon dioxide makes up only 38 out of every 100,000 particles in the atmosphere, Coleman noted. “That’s about twice as what there were in the atmosphere in the time we started burning fossil fuels, so it’s gone up, but it’s still a tiny compound,” he said. “So how can that tiny trace compound have such a significant effect on temperature? My position is it can’t,” he continued. “It doesn’t, and the whole case for global warming is based on a fallacy.”
“Coleman should be angry. All he wanted was to debate Al Gore on what was originally called ‘global warming’ but now called ‘climate change.’ But Gore will not debate. Al Gore loves to address audiences who are disciples of junk science and who will cheer him on. Gore never liked being challenged and is one of the most vitriolic politicians in Washington,” said Mike Baker, a political strategist. “Also, Gore wants to make certain he doesn’t embarrass his water-carriers in the mainstream news media,” he added.
Coleman has often asserted that his theories on the global-warming debate — or no-global warming debate — are being buried in mainstream media circles. “As you look at the atmosphere over the last 25 years, there’s been perhaps a degree of warming, perhaps probably a whole lot less than that, and the last year has been so cold that that’s been erased,” said the super-weatherman.
Al Gore, who travels around the world in a private jet, views himself as the high priest in the religion known as global warming or “climate change.” Gore wrote a bestselling book (An Inconvenient Truth) and a film that created more of a stir than it did audience attendance. In fact, the film won an Academy Award for Best Documentary, despite experts finding a number of half-truths and out-and-out fabrications in the film.
With millions of dollar pouring into his personal coffers, Gore started his own cable network known as Current TV. However, after only a short time airing mostly liberal-left programming Gore witnessed his television networks declining viewership. He unloaded the station in a controversial sale to the Middle Eastern news giant Al Jazeera, which is owned and operated by the oil-rich Arabs in Qatar.
What didn’t escape a number of conservatives is the fact that Al “Mr. Anti-Fossil Fuel” Gore received a whopping half-billion U.S. dollars from a company that benefits from its oil sales and a television network that arguably carries anti-Semitic and anti-American propaganda.
Spencer Michels interviews one of the nations’s most read climate skeptics Anthony Watts. Watts believes much of the data used to support global warming theories is faulty. The big problem, as Watts sees it, is that the stations were temperatures are gathered are too close to urban developments where heat is soaked up and distorts the readings. So it looks like the earth is warming though it may not be.