Peter Sinclair is a long time advocate of environmental awareness and energy alternatives. An award winning graphic artist, illustrator, and animator, Mr. Sinclair runs Greenman Studio from his home in Midland, MI.

Mr. Sinclair’s syndicated cartoons have appeared worldwide, and his work has been profiled in numerous publications, including the New York Times.  He is the producer of the YouTube series, “Climate Denial Crock of the Week”.

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  1. Peter have you heard of new genre fiction term for movies and novels about climate a la sci fi but caLLED cli fi I COINED IT, SEE cli fi central BLOG OR clifibooks.COM by mary woodbury a webzine about cli fi books. do you liek the term cli fi,,,as a wake up call word>? yes no>?


  2. spreading, thanks to you…. HuffPo UK is next. Maybe AP and Reuters next. and final view is NYTimes if we can get Pam Belluck there to report it. Tune stayed


  3. And Andy Revkin at Dot Earth, and he of course, knows your work well.


  4. I believe Danny Blooms’ comment above about “cli fi” pretty much sums up what warmists have been up to, and what they will ultimately end up having to heavily rely on before their theory ends up falling apart under its own weight in, oh… about 10 years (judging by the failed 1970s analogue). History will be merciless on its supporters when it does. So I’d recommend everyone start distancing themselves from it as soon as possible – just as a bit of friendly advice.

    Barring that, at least stop vilifying everyone who takes advantage of freedom of speech and voices their doubts and thoughts. Science is not the be all and end all of everything in the universe. Anyone who thinks that has never been married :) We have every right to call you out as you think you do in denigrating our opinions. Doesn’t a free person have every right to complain about their medical doctor and seek a second opinion even if that doctor and many of his peers believe they’re right and the patient is wrong?

    Your theory – if it is the correct one (and I already covered my belief that it is not above) – will not triumph as a result of trying to silence critics of it or ridiculing competing theories or critics of your theory. It will only do so, as it always does, by preponderance of evidence, as happened in the debate between mobilists an fixists over continental drift.

    Until then, Long live freedom, the internet and opposing viewpoints!

  5. mjhooper2013 Says:

    “…vilifying…..” Now that is the specialty of the deniers.
    In ten years, they will be begging the realists to “fix” the problems that are coming at us full force.
    People who don’t get it, don’t understand that when the permafrost melts we will have an earthwide methane increase that will equal that of the Permian era when, what? 90%? of all species were killed off.
    Right there, methane, is the fly in your ointment, deniers. Ad yes, the permafrost is, indeed melting. Has been for some time.
    So wake up…..but never mind, you’d wake up just in time to die from the methane, along with the rest of us. Evolution has had some failures, and one has to do with the human brain resisting unpleasant truths…..

    • Gene Horner Says:

      Amazing how theory has become reality in your mind hooper! I guess you have found the new religion you’ve been looking for? The unpleasant truth for you, is every computer theory you’ve hung your hat on… has failed to materialize! Latest examples are Gore’s admonition that the arctic would be ice free by 2013, and that the antarctic ice is melting and sea levels are rising!

      There is so much real science out there, if you would just take the time to look at both sides of what should be a debate! Everyone should be a skeptic of AGW and Climate Change, as the proponents are all politicians.

      Remember the Himalayan Glacier scandal at the IPCC?

      gh


  6. […] Peter Sinclair of ClimateCrocks recently produced two YouTube interviews with NCAR’s Kevin Trenberth about the upcoming 2014/15 El Niño.   See Part 1 here.  At about the 9-minute mark in Part 2 (here), Trenberth speculates, sounding gleeful, that the upcoming El Niño may lead to another in the series of upward steps in global surface temperature: […]


  7. […] Peter Sinclair of ClimateCrocks recently produced two YouTube interviews with NCAR’s Kevin Trenberth about the upcoming 2014/15 El Niño. See Part 1 here. At about the 9-minute mark in Part 2 (here), Trenberth speculates, sounding gleeful, that the upcoming El Niño may lead to another in the series of upward steps in global surface temperature: […]


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