Climate TV LIVE at 1PM EST: Climate Change Madness Bracket

Welcome to Climate Change Roundtable, your weekly live show dedicated to debunking myths and discussing the latest news in climate change! In this week’s episode, we’re applying the spirit of March Madness to the climate change debate. We ranked the 16 most widespread myths about climate change in a head-to-head bracket-style tournament.

Host Anthony Watts and guests H. Sterling Burnett, Linnea Lueken, and Jim Lakely will vote on which myth they believe is the most misleading or harmful. Viewer votes left during the live broadcast will count too, so make sure to tune in live for this episode! The myth with the most votes advances to the next round until only one remains.

Tune in and join the competition as we break down these myths and share the facts about climate change. Get ready for a thrilling and educational episode! Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on future episodes and climate change discussions.

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Gilbert K. Arnold
March 17, 2023 10:31 am

what? no Steven Mosher?

Curious George
March 17, 2023 10:51 am

the latest news in climate change”
Would it be the coming Spring?

E. Schaffer
March 17, 2023 10:56 am

Constant repitition shapes realities. It is just how the human brain works. There is a reason why followers of a certain religion have to pray 5 times a day. The constant repitition of the “climate change” (be it climate disaster, emergency.. whatever) narrative, makes it impossible for many to people to consider the alternative.

Walter Horsting
March 17, 2023 11:03 am

Consensus is my pick

Walter Horsting
March 17, 2023 11:04 am

Hockey Stick

Steve Case
March 17, 2023 11:57 am

My vote for Number One:

The Global Warming Potential (GWP) numbers derived from a mathematical formula that produces large numbers using fuzzy logic. They are being used to regulate methane emissions from cattle and worse, used to regulate nitrogen fertilizers that emit nitrous oxide. Sri Lanka is the poster child for the damage this insanity can cause.

OK it’s not on the list, but it should be.

March 17, 2023 2:53 pm

underspecified models for global policy

March 18, 2023 1:52 pm

The two most dangerous climate myths are not about climate at all. They are:

1) That modern industrial economies can be and should be electrified, and the electrification powered by wind and solar.

2) That action by countries in the West to this end can have material effects on the climate.

And if you want to see the dangers of the two myths in action, look no further than the US, UK and Australia. In all three countries politicians are seriously intent on trying to do the impossible, at the same time electrify their transport and heating, and also move their power generation to wind.

And in all three countries they are selling this to their citizenry on the basis that this is in some way justified by an imaginary climate crisis. But the problem is not that there is no crisis (though there isn’t). The problem is that even if there is, the actions they are trying to take can have no effect on it. Their emissions are two small a percentage of global emissions for their proposed actions to have any effect.

Put it in one sentence. The really dangerous thing about the climate movement is that insists on attempting to do things which are impossible and which, were they possible, would anyway be totally ineffective.

The really dangerous myths at this point are not about climate science, but about energy.

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