The great global warming debate resumes! Watch Marc Morano take on Bill Nye (with no media shield to protect him). Tonight, January 23, 2014 at 9 PM EST on Fox Business Channel.
'Every high school kid has never experienced global warming in their lifetime. Every elementary school kid has only experienced slight global cooling in their lifetime. Without warming, the warmists switch over to global 'weirding.'
Morano to Brune on CNN: "He’s mentioning funding by the way, which I think is funny. The Sierra Club took $26 million from natural gas and Michael has the audacity to try to imply that skeptics are fossil-fuel funded."
The hottest temperature ever recorded was over a century ago in Death Valley, CA. The coldest ever was 2010 in Antarctica. The second coldest was this July.
Climate Depot's Marc Morano takes on "the climate change con" at CFACT's all day climate conference at Warsaw's Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, November 21, 2013.
Climate campaigners are claiming (with no real-world basis) that typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda, which just struck the Philippines and China is the result of global warming. In short, they blame this storm on you for living in an industrialized, free society. CFACT and Climate Depot debunk the hype.
The most important UN climate conference of the year will take place in Warsaw, Poland from November 11th to the 22nd. Headlining CFACT's delegation will be Apollo VII Astronaut Walter Cunningham who said, "it is clear that the science is not settled. Models have not succeeded in predicting the climate.” Check in with CFACT for COP 19 updates as they break.
Despite sixteen years of no global warming, a UN climate panel nevertheless now claims it is 95% certain humans are causing global warming. Marc Morano, editor of ClimateDepot.com, says this is absurd, and here explains why.
The warmist experts assembled by Barbara Boxer were over-matched by the experts invited to question global warming and the massive hard evidence they brought with them proving yet again that when both sides are allowed to speak, the global warming line does not hold up.
Despite the man-made global warming fear movement’s clarion call of alarm, many scientists are dismissing the 400ppm level of carbon dioxide as a non-event. Scientists point out that there are literally hundreds of factors that govern Earth’s climate and temperature – not just CO2.
Within the past two years, at least seven peer-reviewed studies published in the scientific literature have concluded that the influence of doubling the amount of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere is likely to be substantially lower than IPCC has determined and have ruled out the high-end projections.
CFACT's Marc Morano unleashed on global warming in a one hour interview with UK podcaster.
RESCHEDULED: CNN tonight at 9 PM Eastern! CFACT's Marc Morano takes on global warming in his third debate on Piers Morgan Tonight.
CFACT's Marc Morano was at our Light Brigade counter protest to Sierra Club & 350.org's climate rally on February 17 and he interviewed some of the activists there. He found that the mood was very angry, with some protestors declaring the Keystone XL pipeline must be dismantled by "any means necessary" after Morano asked if they support acts of eco-terror.
In 2012, it seemed CFACT went everywhere, worked flat out and hardly took a breather. Our research was thorough, our spokesmen drove the radicals to distraction, our Collegians kept expanding and it seemed like Climate Depot's Marc Morano lived on television. We aired our 5,000th Just the Facts radio broadcast. We educated, we innovated we reported, we adopted villages, we gathered scientists and scholars and we took the battle to distant shores. When we found closed minds we innovated and even entertained. We put masks on UN delegates to "capture" their CO2. Last year we dropped a British Lord from a plane. This year he flew from a camel. After all, we're CFACT! We'll do anything to share our message of better lives for people and a sparkling clean environment - through freedom. Here are some of our favorite CFACT moments from 2012.