According to the land of Weather-tainment, it turns out that we can stop imagining the kind of "huge, negative catastrophe" that "completely defies logic" surrounding climate change science. Instead, we can expect a mere temperature spike not unlike that of around 1920 and 1975.
Oh, and let's not forget: climate scientists not funded by the George C Marshall Institute, the Cato Institute, the Heritage Foundation or the Heartland Institute don't really know how to measure how fast Greenland is melting (it's the rate of ice loss I tell you! Greenland is massive - it can spare some water!).
Poor deniers - DiCaprio is out to get them and "professional blackballers" are using facts to debunk their theories.
I've been watching AccuWeather.com for a while now, and they have just unleashed a very strange new front for the global warming denier movement.
AccuWeather's very professionally done video blog section, "Headline Earth," is touting itself as providing "an unbias look at the global warming debate." And to prove how unbias they really are, they provide none other than Pat Michaels as their featured interview.
And who will they be airing on their next episode? None other thanDr. Fred Singer.
Unbias? Global warming debate? Pat Michaels? Fred Singer? AccuWeather? The whole thing seems a little befuddling. We will do some research on this latest front and report on what we find.