'Bad, Bad Science': Weather Channel Founder Says Climate Change Is a Myth
Many officials in the Obama administration - including Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama himself - have repeatedly hammered home the message that climate change is one of mankind's greatest threats.
According to Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman, however, there is no scientific proof that supports man-made climate change.
Coleman joined Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File tonight to discuss the "myth" of the alleged climate crisis.
"It's very difficult for anybody to be against it because the media has told the nation day after day for 20 years that the oceans are rising, the polar bears are dying, the ice is melting, that storms are going to sweep the Earth and we're all going to die of a heat wave," Coleman said.
He added that he's not alone in doubting the science behind man-made climate change: 9,000 experts with PhD's and 31 scientists have signed a petition stating that carbon dioxide is not a significant greenhouse gas and that much of the research behind climate change is "bad, bad science."
And contrary to statistics given by climate activist Al Gore in his film "An Inconvenient Truth," the ice caps at both poles are at high levels, including record highs in Antarctica, according to Coleman.
"Not only is the ice not melting, more polar bears are alive and happy today than we've had in 100 years," Coleman concluded.
"Life is good, Mrs. Kelly. I gotta tell you, life is good."
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