One of The Weather Channel’s co-founders thinks climate change is a hoax, and he explained why on Fox News Monday.
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“It’s very difficult for anybody to be against it because the media has told the nation over and over again, day after day for 20 years, that the oceans are rising, the polar bears are dying, the ice is melting, that storms are going to sweep the earth, and that we’re all going to die of a heat wave,” John Coleman told Megyn Kelly.
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Coleman went on to say there are over 9,000 experts with PhD’s and 31 scientists who have signed a petition saying carbon dioxide isn’t a greenhouse gas.
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“It’s a tough go for people who don’t believe in climate change,” Coleman added.
“I assume The Weather Channel will be canceled all together, they will push it out of existence since you took this position,” Kelly joked. “I hope The Weather Channel survives now since it’s likely to lose its license.”