TV Met was a “Hard Core Skeptic”. Climate Crocks Vids Helped Change his Mind

March 15, 2017

At a meeting of TV Meteorologists last year in Austin, I was approached by Greg Fishel, of WRAL in Raleigh, who let me know that climate crocks videos were part of the process when he woke up.

I’ve heard from other TV mets, but also scientists, citizens, teachers who use these vids in their classes, even Capitol Hill staffers. These videos get used, and change minds.

Something to think about as we wind up for the summer field season. I’ll be laying out our plans in coming weeks – but if you wish to contribute again, you can click the button at the right. If you are looking for tax breaks, go to the Dark Snow Project page, and earmark your donation for Peter Sinclair 2017.

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6 Responses to “TV Met was a “Hard Core Skeptic”. Climate Crocks Vids Helped Change his Mind”

  1. florasforum Says:

    Statements like this make it all worthwhile.

  2. ubrew12 Says:

    I remember watching a climatecrock vid a few years ago on the ‘Urban Heat Island effect’, and it mentioned that if this effect was behind 20th century warming, then why is the largest warming occurring where nobody lives (in Siberia and the Arctic)? It was a real ‘Aha! moment’ for me. Thanks!

  3. Ron Benenati Says:

    you are an invaluable resource.

  4. greenman3610 Says:

    thanks to all for kind words.

    • Andy Lee Robinson Says:

      You deserve the recognition and much more for your services to humanity.

      Little by little, relentlessly chipping at the logjam.
      This incredible denial cannot last for much longer – the antics of this clownshow risk an historic whiplash back to democratic values in 2018 and America should be able to get back on track, or at least not derail the planet much more.

  5. Glenn Martin Says:

    “Climate crocks vids” cured my lumbago!
    Seriously they do a great job at making complex issues clear and you are right to be proud of them. Keep up the good work.


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