Sean Hannity Conned Into Thinking "Scam Artist" Is A Scientist
Sean Hannity promoted a claim  that dangerous "global cooling" is coming, adding  sarcastically on his radio show, "I thought all scientists agreed on this -- apparently not." Sadly for Hannity, the claim did not come from a scientist -- in fact, it came from John Casey, a man that even climate "skeptics" labeled  a "scam artist."
Here's a helpful list for Hannity to refer to next time he is looking for support:
6 Signs Your "Scientist" Might Not Be A Scientist
- They didn't earn  an advanced degree in science.
- They have never published  a single peer-reviewed paper in the area that they claim to be an "exper[t]" in.
- They self-published their book with the help of an astrologer  who claims that her mother told  her on her death bed that that she was the illegitimate daughter of Ernest Hemingway.
- They brag  that their organization predicting "decades of record cold weather" has a "dedicated list of 'Supporting Researchers'" ... then list  seven researchers , four of whom are  also experts  on the same "expert's" "Earth and Volcano Prediction" site and make no claim of climate expertise.
- They claim  that a news conference they held in 2008 that no one has ever heard of was "historic."
- They "formally declar[e] " the end of sea level rise and set a "specific timetable for sea level decline" despite all  the evidence  to the contrary .
When 97 percent  of climate scientists accept manmade global warming, it's no wonder that those in denial are getting desperate for an "expert."