How YouTube became the Largest Climate Misinformation Source on the Internet

It really began with Katrina in 2005, watching the footage of incredible destruction on Wunderground. I became concerned and followed people like Joe Romm at his excellent Climate Progress blog, or read the often highly technical expertise from actual climate scientists at RealClimate.org. We write the year 2008 I open the url YouTube.com looking for…

Scott Denning‏: CO2 the Greenhouse Effect explained (2010)

In this video Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University, Scott Denning explains the greenhouse effect. http://simpleserioussolvable.org/videos This video was recorded in 2010. You can follow Scott Denning‏ at https://twitter.com/airscottdenning Explained: The Greenhouse Effect – Heat trapping https://climatestate.com/2013/05/03/the-greenhouse-effect-heat-trapping/ How the Greenhouse Effect works https://climatestate.com/2013/08/25/how-the-greenhouse-effect-works/

Threat Assessment Research: Comparing Global Phenomena, Coronavirus vs Climate Change

If you follow the public input on the emerging coronavirus and look at how it compares to the history of the climate change learning curve, there are overlapping similarities. The similarities of a virulent Pandemic and Climate Change Global Magnitude Rate of change/emergence: Affected regions, unprecedented, when accounting for phenomena emergence, i.e. the rate of…

Global Warming Explained in 1956

Published in 1956 for American television by the California Academy of Sciences. Bernard Hubbard explains how glaciers retreat, he mentions how since 1857 glaciers recede worldwide. Hubbard also explains the ice albedo effect, and how glaciers disintegrate. This program is devoted to glaciers, and also includes a promo for the Academy of Sciences. SPEAKER Bernard…