Weather Channel founder tells CNN “climate change is a hoax” … 31,000 scientists agree – HealthyTipsAdvice

Many studies conducted over the past many years have convinced millions that global warming is a real threat. 



Despite global warming being recognized and taught in many schools and institutions, it is wise to note that there are reputable scientists who oppose global warming and denounce it as a normal planet cycle. One of them is the founder of The Weather Channel, John Coleman. 

In an interview with CNN, Coleman emphasized that there isn’t many who agree scientifically on the topic of global warming. He believes science is a vote, but rather needs to be factually clear. Firmly, he believes climate change is nonexistent.“There is no significant man-made global warming now, there hasn’t been any in the past, and there’s no reason to expect any in the future,” he stressed. “That’s a whole lot of baloney.”


When questioned by the interviewer on his explanation of the fact that 97% of reputable scientists, the US government, NASA and other institutions believe global warming to be man-made and “settled science,” Coleman claims it’s a giant money-grabbing hoax. The government actually has a $2.5 billion dollar fund towards the study of climate change, by studies that back up the hypothesis on global warming.

Climate scientists who want to work, must be in support of the hypothesis on global warming. It’s real simple, but that doesn’t mean it’s right; that doesn’t make it true,” Coleman said. “That only makes it bought and paid for.”

He also referred to a petition, the Global Warming Petition Project, that was introduced in 1998, and was signed by 31,487 scientists, of which more than 9,000 with Ph.D’s in Earth science, climatology, atmospheric science and the environment. None of these scientists support the theory of climate change.

The scientists say,

There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate.

A well-respected Professor, Frederick Seitz, a former president of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and winner of the National Medal of Science, notes, “Research data on climate change do not show that human use of hydrocarbons is harmful. To the contrary, there is good evidence that increased atmospheric carbon dioxide is environmentally helpful.”

In 2016, the journal Nature Climate change, published a study that examined the positive effects of increased carbon dioxide production. The study concluded that the planet has “significantly” grown more green over the past thirty-five years. Twenty-five to fifty percent of our planet’s plant life is exposed to this effect, since carbon dioxide stimulates photosynthesis, fostering growth. 

In 2007, Fred Singer and Dennis Avery, both scientists, examined 500 scientists’ findings and concluded that global warming is simply a part of the Earth’s natural warming and cooling process that it endures every 1,500 years for millions of years. Both Singer and Avery noted that in the 2,000 years of recorded climate history, that the Ice Age was much more harmful to humans than the warmer periods.

They referred to the flooding on the Nile River, and ancient art such as paintings that implied there was a “Medieval Warming,” which provides evidence backing up our fluctuations in climate. 

Do your research before making an opinion on the topic of climate change. As it is all a hoax.


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