Category Archives: Celebrities on Climate

Bill Nye, Celebrity from “Dancing With the Stars”, Attempts to Make Global Warming a Focal Point for the U.S. Presidential Elections

For those not familiar with Dancing With the Stars, it’s a television dance contest that pairs professional dancers with celebrities.  Bill Nye was a celebrity dancer for 2013’s Season 17.  Nye was eliminated in the third round after he and his … Continue reading

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If 99 Doctors Said…

We’ve seen the “If 99 doctors said…” argument, or facsimiles, used often by global warming enthusiasts in recent months.  George Clooney used it when interviewed at the Britannia Awards.  (See the Open Letter to Lewis Black and George Clooney.) James Cameron … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Jon Stewart – The Daily Show

Date:  Friday January 17, 2014 Subject:  “The Global Warming Hoax” and “War on Carbon” Clips From: Bob Tisdale To:  Jon Stewart Dear Jon: I am an independent climate researcher and regular contributor at the award-winning science blog WattsUpWithThat.  I am … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the Executive Producers of YEARS of LIVING DANGEROUSLY

(UPDATE:  Added Subject Line to Memo Header) December 15, 2013 Subject: Concerns about Upcoming Series Years of Living Dangerously From:  Bob Tisdale To: James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Daniel Abbasi, Joel Bach, David Gelber, Solly Granatstein, Maria Wilhelm CC:  Jessica … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Lewis Black and George Clooney

Date:  November 26, 2013 From:  Bob Tisdale To:  Lewis Black and George Clooney Subject:  Human-Induced Global Warming Gentlemen: First, let me congratulate and thank you for your efforts in disaster relief and other charities. With that said, I’ve written to … Continue reading

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