Blog Memo to John Hockenberry Regarding PBS Report “Climate of Doubt”

Guest post by Bob Tisdale Date: December 14, 2012 Subject: Sleight of Hand in PBS Frontline Report “Climate of Doubt” and Other Global Warming Discussions From: Bob Tisdale To: John Hockenberry cc: Fred Singer – SEPP Dear John: I enjoyed your PBS Frontline report “Climate of Doubt”. There was, however, a very obvious sleight of…

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“Climate of Doubt” online live chat right now

UPDATE: PBS Admits to a “mistake” on my point about Dr. Edward Teller’s signature see below… Live chat on now – join in  (ended, my two questions were ignored, as were many others.) The producer and host of the “Climate of Doubt” Frontline program will be on a live chat at 1 p.m. ET. Good…

Why did PBS FRONTLINE electronically alter the signature of one of the world's most distinguished Physicists in their report "Climate of Doubt'?

UPDATE: PBS admits to this as being a mistake, see below – Anthony Tuesday night as I watched the program, one of the documents on display during the interview with Dr. Fred Singer (who reporter John Hockenberry treated quite poorly with some editing tricks) caught my eye, because I saw it had been altered by…

Heartland comments on FRONTLINE 'Climate of Doubt'

By Joe Bast – Executive director, Heartland Institute via press release OCTOBER 24 — On October 23, PBS’s “Frontline” program broadcast a special titled “Climate of Doubt.” The Heartland Institute had circulated a commentary prior to the program’s broadcast, which appears below, which said in part, “We hope the program is accurate and fair, but…

Heartland Institute Anticipates Unfair Treatment in Tonight’s PBS Frontline Special ‘Climate of Doubt’

Press release On Tuesday, October 23, PBS’s “Frontline” program will broadcast a special titled “Climate of Doubt.” It promises to go “inside the organizations” that helped turn the tide of public opinion, and then of elected officials, away from excessive concern over the possible threat of man-made global warming. The Heartland Institute is likely to…

Models Fail: Global Land Precipitation & Global Ocean Precipitation

We used NOAA’s CAMS-OPI satellite-era precipitation data in the post Model-Data Precipitation Comparison: CMIP5 (IPCC AR5) Model Simulations versus Satellite-Era Observations. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to isolate precipitation data for land and oceans with that dataset at the KNMI Climate Explorer. But there is another satellite-era precipitation dataset available at the KNMI Climate Explorer, and…