Editor’s note: Our interview with a straight-talking climate change skeptic captured a big audience, and this week’s roundup begins with that. Unrelated question: Have you been pressured to participate in an LGBT Pride Month celebration at work? Tell us what happened by writing [email protected].—Ken McIntyre
Dear Daily Signal: Thank you, thank you, thank you for putting a spotlight on Marc Morano’s website and book on climate change with Rob Bluey’s interview (“Q&A: The Politically Incorrect Book That Debunks Climate Change Myths”).
Morano takes a no-nonsense, commonsense approach to explaining this insidious attempt by leftists and progressives to enact their agendas in whatever form they can. When approached with the real facts regarding planetary evolution, they always resort to identity politics.
I urge everyone who has not yet read this book or visited Morano’s site to do so and educate yourself. It is truly eye-opening.—Derek Dubasik
Thank you for the excellent interview and good questions, and for permitting the very brilliant Marc Morano to explain the many facets of his book, “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change.”
I bought a few copies for friends. The book is an encyclopedia of truths about the leftist agenda.
So sad, these facts. Absolute power corrupts governments, and those who are ignorant of verifiable science just do not get the big picture.—Barbara Stockwell
Climate change might have more credibility if Al Gore wasn’t the spokesman.—Frank Pacino, Arizona
Thank you for Rob Bluey’s article on Marc Morano’s work. It’s spot on. I was a strong supporter of scientist Dixy Lee Ray, and her work was spot on as well.
Here are some facts:
The sun is burning up just like stars do. The earth’s core is cooling.
Hurricanes are seasonal; they occur only when the earth and sun are in the right proximity to each other.
Solar activity (which is highly variable) has a lot to do with climate variations, probably more than anything else.
About 78 percent of the atmosphere is nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen. That makes 99 percent. Of the 1 percent that’s left, .093 percent is argon, about .045 percent is carbon dioxide, and .0008 percent methane.
So much for “greenhouse” gases.—Bert Iler
I bought Marc Morano’s book already and read it. It is a great book. His explanations are so easy to understand. It debunks the climate change people. Enjoyed it very much.—Elizabeth Craine
This is the first article on the subject that makes sense to me, and I praise Rob Bluey’s work. Keep it up, the graph on temperatures told it all.
Climate does change, as it has over the past centuries over and over. It will continue to do so, and we will not all die due to some people’s wrong belief that climate change will kill the world.—Vernon Helmke
This book is not “politically” incorrect. It is just plain incorrect, wrong, inaccurate, misleading, deceitful, erroneous, false, and untrue.—Elizabeth Whitehouse
Why isn’t Al Gore pushing the world to assist in helping Japan stop the nuclear meltdown, if he’s so concerned ?
It’s the money Al Gore is making that drives his agenda.—Ferris Gunnels, Dallas
Follow the money. Al Gore is invested in selling carbon tax credits. He could get even richer. —Peter Wormwood