Sen. James M. Inhofe's list of 400+ supposedly prominent climate scientists who doubt global warming is full of names that should raise big question marks, including economists and other social scientists, mathematicians, retired scientists, amateurs and industry-supported scientists. Also included are these 44 TV weathermen. Read here about why that could be an issue of concern.
Here are the names below. View the full list here.
1. Alexandre Aguiar, Meteorologist of Brazil's MetSul Weather Center.
2. David Aldrich, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
3. Chris Allen, TV weatherman/meteorologist who believes man-made global warming isn't real.
4. Steve Baskerville, TV weatherman/meteorologist
5. Joe Bastardi, Accuweather meteorologist with a bachelor's degree in meteorology from Penn State. Has spent entire career at Accuweather since graduation.
6. Justin Berk, TV weatherman/meteorologist
7. Andre and Sally Bernier, Meteorologists of WJW-TV, in Cleveland, Ohio.
8. Bob Breck, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
9. Tom Chisholm, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
10. John Coleman, meteorologist and founder of The Weather Channel, which he was allegedly forced out of within one year.
11. Larry Cosgrove, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
12. Grant Dade, TV weatherman/meteorologist in Texas. A member of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.
13. Gary England, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
14. Bill Evans, TV Weatherman/Meteogologist
15. Jesse Ferrell, AccuWeather TV weatherman/meteorologist.
16. Dr. Neil Frank, former director of the National Hurricane Center,
17. Dick Goddard, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
18. Dr. Mel Goldstein, PhD, TV weathernman/meteorologist.
19. Former California State Climatologist Jim Goodridge, a consultant for the California Department of Water Resources. TV weatherman/meteorologist who now runs this blog:
20. Brian van de Graaff, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
21. Art Horn, meteorologist currently operating http://www.theartofweather.com.
22. Craig James, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
23. John Kettley, formerly of the Met Office and the Fluid Dynamics Department at the Bracknell headquarters
24. John Loufman, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
25. Rob Marciano, TV weatherman/meteorologist. http://www.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/marciano.rob.html
26. Bill Meck, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
27. Mark Nolan, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
28. Jim Ott, former TV weatherman/meteorologist, WTMJ-TV in Wisconsin.
29. Morgan Palmer of Texas TV's KLTV, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
30. Bernie Rayno, TV weatherman/meteorologist, Senior Meteorologist with AccuWeather.
31. Rob Roseman, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
32. Mark Scirto, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
33. Bruce Schwoegler, former U.S. Navy meteorologist and Boston broadcast meteorologist.
34. Gary Shore, TV weatherman/meteorologist
35. Dr. Joe Sobel of Accuweather, TV weatherman/meteorologist, winner of the American Meteorological Society 2005 Award for Broadcaster of the Year.
36. James Spann, TV weatherman/meteorologist of Alabama ABC TV.
Spent the first half of his broadcast meteorology career without a degree.
37. Karl Spring, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
38. Bill Steffen, TV weatherman/meteorologist of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
39. Herb Stevens, aka "The Skiing Weatherman." TV weatherman/meteorologist.
40. Kyly Underwood, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
41. George Waldenberger, TV weatherman/meteorologist
42. Dr. Fred Ward, TV weatherman/meteorologist.
43. Anthony Watts, former meteorologist for KHSL-TV, a CBS-TV affiliate.
44. Kevin Williams, meteorologist of the New York based WEATHER-TRACK and Chief meteorologist at WHEC-TV in Rochester.
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