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Weather Channel Founder Explains The History Of The Global Warming Hoax





” John Coleman, an award-winning meteorologist and weatherman with sixty years of experience and founder of the Weather Channel, produced a video explaining the history of the man-made global warming hoax .

  Coleman, a former broadcast meteorologist of the year of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), explains that after being a member for several years, he quit the AMS after it became very clear to him that “the politics had gotten in the way of the science.” Coleman explains that there is no man-made global warming, and he’s sure of it. 

  Coleman says that if there were evidence of man-made global warming, he would have been dedicated his life to stopping it: 

“ I love our wonderful planet Earth. If I thought it was threatened by global warming, I would devote my life to stopping the warming!”

  Now they call it “climate change” instead of global warming, because the warming has stopped, says Coleman, and that $4.7 billion in taxpayer money is funding “bogus reports” and “bogus research.”  “


The Moment Storm Chasers Narrowly Escape Twin Tornadoes As They Touch Down Near Oklahoma City



” Dramatic video shows a team of storm chasers tracking the multiple tornadoes that hit the Oklahoma City area on Friday night. 

Brandon Sullivan and Brett Wright captured heart stopping footage of their exploits getting close to the powerful twister near Union City, in southwest Oklahoma City. 

In the intense clip, the pair are seen frantically trying to drive to safety as the tornado approaches and while they manage to escape by the skin of their teeth, their vehicle suffers serious damage from debris that flies straight into their windshield.”



Another team of Storm Chasers suffered an even worse fate … fortunately no one was killed .





” Among those who survived a direct hit from Friday’s massive twister were The Weather Channel’s “Tornado Hunt 2013” crew, one of several gangs of tornado chasers that regularly work the High Plains. Three crew members inside the Yukon SUV were scratched and bruised, but otherwise okay, after attempting unsuccessfully to outflank the oncoming twister.

“We saw a big giant wedge tornado, a rain-wrapped tornado, and we were trying to get away from it,” crew member Mike Bettes told the Weather channel.

“The vehicle I was in, we took a ride,” Mr. Bettes said. “The tornado threw us about 200 yards. I’m speechless. That was the scariest moment of my life. We were floating, then tumbling, we tumbled I don’t know how many times, and then we were airborne, just floating and then we weren’t tumbling, and then we came down hard.” “





Their harrowing story can be found here .






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