'The Pacific walrus remains abundant, numbering at least 200,000 by some accounts, double the number in the 1950s'
'Dating back to at least the 1604, there have been reports of large walrus gatherings or haulouts.' - 'Walrus haulouts are not unusual and have long been recognized and islands have been set aside for such gatherings.'
Walruses known to migrate away from ice in late summer & fall: “In the non-reproductive season (late summer and fall) walruses tend to migrate away from the ice and form massive aggregations of tens of thousands of individuals on rocky beaches or outcrops.”
AP’s own reporting debunks unprecedented walrus claims: The AP reported on 40,000 walruses in a haulout just 7 years ago in a single location.
Walrus stampede deaths drop dramatically from 3000 in 2007 to 50 in 2014?: AP: 2007: ‘3,000 walruses die in stampedes tied to Climate’
Walrus stampede deaths benefit polar bears: 'Stampeded remains of 100 walruses fed up to 185 polar bears'
Morano: 'This is President Obama's moment. He is seeking a treaty or an agreement next year at all costs. It really doesn't matter where China is, where India is; for the first time since the Kyoto protocol was signed back in the 1990s we have a United States committed to signing and making a global treaty happening," Morano reports. "And this is going to get the international community very excited. The United Nations leaders are going to be gaga over this.'
'President Obama -- and John Kerry is seeking a legacy as well -- is going to make an agreement happen next year in Paris. That's a done deal. And of course he wants to bypass the Senate ratification.'
Morano on Fox News Channel - 'Your World w/ Neil Cavuto - September 22, 2014
Selected excerpts: Morano: 'The satellite data shows that we are almost at 18 years with no 'global warming. That means every kid 18 or under at that march has never experienced global warming in their lifetime.
Warmist New York State Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh defended placing global warming as high priority in U.S. by stating: 'We need to be a country that can walk and chew gum at the same time.'
Morano to Kavanagh: 'You keep talking about walking and chewing gum, this is stepping into gum. You have a UN treaty & EPA -- where even if you buy their science - Podesta said EPA regulations would help reduce future storminess. The regulations will not even impact global emissions, let alone temperature, let alone storminess. Don't sell [regulations] as a solution to an urgent problem which they have ginned up. You guys say we face the greatest threat and then you propose symbolism to solve it. Even if you buy the science, what you are proposing makes no sense. Get your feet out of the gum."
Morano on IPCC: 'The UN IPCC scientists are handpicked by governments because they will agree with conclusion. It is pure politics masquerading as science.'
Morano to Rosenberg: 'It's embarrassing. that is medieval witchcraft. we didn't have weather like that until that witch moved next door...You are talking anecdotal claptrap...insipid talking points...This is nonsense. there is no trend in these extreme weather events....You have not done your research...The 97% is a meaningless talking point.'
WSJ: Climate Depot's Marc Morano reports: 'Robert F. Kennedy Jr. lamented that there were no current laws on the books to punish global warming skeptics. 'I wish there were a law you could punish them with. I don't think there is a law that you can punish those politicians under.'
WSJ: 'Kennedy's comments are more in the spirit of the tanks at Tiananmen Square a quarter-century ago than the protesters.'
Climate Statistics Professor Dr. Caleb Rossiter of American University: 'Obama has long been delusional on this issue. Anyone who believes we are in a climate catastrophe, I think is deluding themselves.'
Rossiter on his conversion to a climate skeptic: 'You are very isolated on the Democratic Party on the left — one is, I am — for having this conclusion of analysis...I would say since 2004, I’ve been very lonely. I’ve been lonely working on the Hill for the Democratic Party.'
Rossiter on Gore's film: 'I think it’s a wonderful teaching tool because it shows how we don't do science. Gore’s irresponsible.'
On Gore winning the Nobel:'Worst Nobel Prize for peace since Henry Kissinger.'
Rossiter: 'My blood simply boils too hot when I read the blather, daily, about climate catastrophe. It boggles the mind that I could be certain that I know what caused a half degree (C) rise in the last hundred fifty years. It’s simply not large enough to find a physical cause.'