The debate on climate change has been closed because it has been proven that it does not exist. That is what one of the world’s foremost meteorologists has said. John Coleman, co-founder of the American channel The Weather Channel, states that the theory of man-made global warming has no scientific basis. That reports the British Daily Express.
The ‘little bit’ evidence for the rising temperature on earth points in the direction of a ‘natural phenomenon’ in an ecosystem that is under development.
In an open letter to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Coleman writes: “The sea level does not rise significantly. The amount of polar ice is increasing instead of decreasing. The number of polar bears is rising. There are fewer heat waves. The number of storms is decreasing and they are also becoming weaker. I have been researching this for years. It has become a political agenda item, but the substantiation is unreliable. ”
Top meteorologist: “Climate change is a lie, global warming is not real”
Coleman bases his findings on the research of the NIPCC, a non-governmental organization that analyzes the work of the IPCC. “There is no significant anthropogenic (man-made) global warming. It has never been there, and there is no reason to assume that it will ever happen. ”
“We have tried in vain to show that carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas and can be held responsible for global warming or weather changes,” he added. “There has been no warming in the last 18 years.”
According to the IPCC, anthropogenic global warming will increasingly lead to extreme and unpredictable weather. The largest companies in the world – including Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Walmart, Nestlé, Mars, Monsanto, Kellogg, General Mills, Microsoft and IBM – are now actively responding to climate science and data.
Coleman receives support from climate expert William Harper from Princeton University. “There is no connection in the atmosphere that has a worse reputation than CO2. That is due to the demonization of this natural and essential gas, “he said.
In 2010, after extensive research, the InterAcademy Council (IAC) judged that there was ‘little evidence’ for the conclusions of the IPCC on climate change. The organization also said that the climate panel mainly emphasized the negative consequences of climate change.