By Mike Ciandella | October 28, 2013 | 13:25
"In the year following the devastation, what we've watched is the fact that every amount of time in the stories whenever they're speaking regarding Sandy plus either worldwide warming or climate change, they're linking the 2," Dan Gainor, MRC VP for Organization plus Culture, mentioned about Fox Business' "Varney & Co." about Oct. 28.
Gainor was about "Varney & Co." to discuss how various instances the media connected hurricane Sandy to climate change throughout the previous year, based about a recent study by the Media Research Center's Company plus Media Institute.
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According to the research, 100 % of the 32 information stories plus briefs inside the previous year which revealed climate change plus Hurricane Sandy advertised international warming straight affected the storm – despite the reality “no single weather event is connected straight to a long-term driver, including worldwide warming,” according to climate change activists.
Whenever Stuart Varney asked Gainor when any alternative views had been presented inside those 32 stories, Gainor replied "no. They didn't have anyone about, plus just inside 2 of those stories – that is six % of the time – did they even have the many everyday mention of 'oh, perhaps it's not worldwide warming,' yet that's the extent of it."
Gainor plus Varney moreover discussed the latest statement by Paul Thornton, the letters editor for the Los Angeles Times, which mentioned his paper may no longer be publishing letters to the editor which disagreed with all the idea of man-made climate change. "Saying there's no signal people have caused climate change is not stating an opinion, it's asserting a factual inaccuracy," based on the statement.
Gainor mentioned this was "simply more media censorship," adding which "at minimum their honest regarding it. They're honest which they're not going to allow anyone have a counter opinion. All this climate change stuff is based about forecasts, as well as the forecasts therefore far have been consistently incorrect."
"They're expecting anywhere from 1 to 3 % of globe GDP to be invested about climate change fixes, plus they're doing it based about guesswork," Gainor mentioned.