One Vid to Rule Them All, Part 2

June 3, 2014

For the second time in 6 months or so, the National Journal has singled out one of my videos to explain a climate news story – heralding it as “The One Video to Explain Why the Antarctic Ice Sheet is Doomed.”

The most recent “This is Not Cool” video, out this week, explains the newest research into the rapid loss of Antarctic ice.  It’s been praised for being accurate, and damned for being a major buzzkill.
Only downer for me – well, besides global catastrophe – they embed my piece in their system, so I can’t capture the number of views this may generate for the video.  No matter. Those are quality views.

article here.

As readers may know, this is a conservative, inside-the-beltway publication.

This past winter, the Journal named my “Global Vortex” explainer “The One  Video to Shut Down All Climate Change Deniers”. See that  one below.

6 Responses to “One Vid to Rule Them All, Part 2”


  1. Congratulations Peter. Great job well done. It is gratifying to see your work recognized. Thank You.

  2. redskylite Says:

    Well done, you have made a difference by sticking at it year after year, most people do not have the time or interest to sit through hour long lectures or talks, but a short to the point video says multitudes. Great work.

  3. rayduray Says:

    Peter,

    This is very good news that the National Journal is “out of lockstep” with the denialist crowd. Thanks for your efforts!

  4. dumboldguy Says:

    I already commented that this was an excellent video when it first appeared on Crock. Congratulations now on having the National Journal recognize its excellence, as all Crockers already did. (Can it somehow be made to appear on network TV as a public service announcement?)

    “Damned for being a major buzzkill”? Poor babies—-they need to stop whining and realize that the SHTF irrevocably in Antarctica and there is far more more “buzzkill” in the pipeline to depress them. Maybe they’ll wake up when the Super El Nino arrives, the Arctic ice disappears in summer, the melting of the Greenland Ice sheet accelerates, and the methane starts bubbling out of the melting permafrost. All brought to you by AGW, of course


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