Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Heidi Cullen Monologue on Global Warming Doomsday

Despite the claim made in Climate One executive director Matthew de Ganon's
posting of January 19, 2007 which references

Mission Statement, which states "One Degree's mission will be to present an open, balanced dialogue around the scientific facts concerning global climate change. We will provide a place where sound science can be heard and a forum where all people can question and debate."

on the Weather Channel again today, Heidi Cullen all alone during her spot on Climate Code, reviewed the Doomsday Countdown, Steven Hawkings predictions for global warming catastrophe, and, of couse the so-called smoking gun report...more...

without, of course, any debate or information to the contrary presented...

heidi cullen climate code january 24

UK Happenings

Stephen Hawking warns about warming
Celebrity cosmologist says Earth could end up as hot as Venus

James Spann copy of responses on original blog

January 18, 2007, 5:45 pm | James Spann | Op/Ed

571 Responses to ““The Weather Channel” Mess”



Andy Revkin, The New York Times

Report Has 'Smoking Gun' on Climate
Monday, January 22, 2007


WASHINGTON — Human-caused global warming is here, visible in the air, water and melting ice, and is destined to get much worse in the future, an authoritative global scientific report will warn next week.

"The smoking gun is definitely lying on the table as we speak," said top U.S. climate scientist Jerry Mahlman, who reviewed all 1,600 pages of the first segment of a giant four-part report. "The evidence ... is compelling."

Andrew Weaver, a Canadian climate scientist and study co-author, went even further: "This isn't a smoking gun; climate is a batallion of intergalactic smoking missiles."

The first phase of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is being released in Paris next week. This segment, written by more than 600 scientists and reviewed by another 600 experts and edited by bureaucrats from 154 countries, includes "a significantly expanded discussion of observation on the climate," said co-chair Susan Solomon, a senior scientist for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. She and other scientists held a telephone briefing on the report Monday.

That report will feature an "explosion of new data" on observations of current global warming, Solomon said.

Solomon and others wouldn't go into specifics about what the report says. They said that the 12-page summary for policymakers will be edited in secret word-by-word by governments officials for several days next week and released to the public on Feb. 2. The rest of that first report from scientists will come out months later.

The full report will be issued in four phases over the year, as was the case with the last IPCC report, issued in 2001...,4670,WarmingClimateReport,00.html

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