Marc Morano Calls Global Warming Science ‘Unscientific Claptrap’, ‘Medieval Witchcraft’, ‘Pagan Culture’

The skeptics haven’t had this much fun for as long as I can recall.

Global warming scientists getting trapped in ice, North America gripped by a record-breaking cold snap, activist climate scientists blaming cold on warming

Derek Hunter interviews outspoken climate science critic Marc Morano at WBAL 1090, click on the following link:

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Marc Morano appears on the Derek Hunter Show, blasts global warming science. For audio click on the link above.

Morano blasts the past predictions and current claims being made by warmist scientists:

We can mock and have fun because they predicted this stuff would not going to happen anymore and of course now that it is happening they’re all saying it’s consistent with their theory. It’s unscientific claptrap at this point.

On radical climate scientists proposed measures to deal with skeptics Morano says:

It’s scary stuff. This is their, in many ways their doomsday type, cultist religion where they believe we have brought our own destruction, and it’s a lot of Medieval witchcraft mixed in.”

Morano reacts to Barbara Boxer’s proposals to protect the climate by levying taxes on carbon: “This is witchcraft.”

Morano calls the beliefs of global warming science “pagan culture, primitive civilization“. He also ridicules the New York Times for claiming, “Bundle Up, It’s Global Warming!”

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6 responses to “Marc Morano Calls Global Warming Science ‘Unscientific Claptrap’, ‘Medieval Witchcraft’, ‘Pagan Culture’”

  1. Pethefin

    Richard Lindzen has also given an interview recently:

    as outspoken as usual on all things climate science…

  2. Bernd Felsche

    I’m surprised that the encore autumn in Western Europe (and Scandinavia, I hear) hasn’t brought out the warmists in droves.

    What’s the outlook for “Siberian cold” arriving in Germany? Tuesday? Wednesday? Perhaps not.

    Have the believers become doubters?

  3. BobW in NC

    Morano says “witchcraft?” It is worse to the extreme.

    Out in California, they say, “Hey, hey, hey! What is all this? Don’t y’all know that we need to limit CO2?”

    Barbara Boxer, cited by Morano (above), wants to levy taxes on carbon.

    AND as a special added bonus feature, the Bay Area chapter of “” in San Francisco wants to put, “global warming warning stickers put on gas pumps around the state to tell drivers that the fuel they are buying is causing global temperatures to rise.”


    Do you believe it? They don’t give up.

  4. Jimbo

    It’s not Medieval witchcraft, its Little Ice Age witchcraft, and damned them witches paid with their lives. Burn the witch!!! 🙁

    Bohringer – pp 335-351 – 1999
    Climatic Change and Witch-Hunting: The Impact of the Little Ice Age on Mentalities
    …During the late 14th and 15th centuries the traditional conception of witchcraft was transformed into the idea of a great conspiracy of witches, to explain “unnatural” climatic phenomena……Scapegoat reactions may be observed by the early 1560s…..extended witch-hunts took place at the various peaks of the Little Ice Age because a part of society held the witches directly responsibile for the high frequency of climatic anomalies and the impacts thereof……

    Christian Pfister et. al. – 1999
    Climatic Variability in Sixteenth-Century Europe and its Social Dimension: A Synthesis
    Peasant communities which were suffering large collective damage from the effects of climatic change pressed authorities for the organization of witch-hunts. Seemingly most witches were burnt as scapegoats of climatic change.

    Christian Pfister – 2012
    Climatic Extremes, Recurrent Crises and Witch Hunts
    Strategies of European Societies in Coping with Exogenous Shocks in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
    Finally, by confirming the thesis advanced by Wolfgang Behringer relating extensive witch hunts during that period to climatic change and recurrent subsistence crises, this article makes a plea for bridging the gap separating studies of climate from those of culture.
    doi: 10.1177/097194580701000202

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