Dr. Tim Ball is a renowned environmental consultant and former professor of climatology at the University of Winnipeg. He has served on many local and national committees and as Chair of Provincial boards on water management, environmental issues and sustainable development. Dr. Ball's extensive science background in climatology, especially the reconstruction of past climates and the impact of climate change on human history and the human condition, make him the ideal head of NRSP (National Resources Stewardship Project). His other work in such areas as water resources, sustainable development, pollution prevention, environmental regulations, the impact of government policy on business and economics will be invaluable as NRSP tackles other issues starting later in 2007.
Joining John B. Wells, retired professor of climatology Dr. Tim Ball discussed how issues like climate change, North American water resources, and biodiesel are being politicized and exploited, as well as undermining scientific objectivity. In the first hour, historian Douglas Dietrich spoke about the Vietnam War and the need for a day to honor those who fought in that conflict. ... More »Host: John B. Wells
In the first half, environmental consultant Tim Ball talked about how reports of Hurricane Irene were based on faulty computer models. In the latter half, C2C science advisor Richard C. Hoagland shared updates on Comet Elenin and the International Space Station (ISS). ... More »Host: George Noory
Three psychics, Joe Jacobs, Maureen Hancock and Angela Moore, shared what they see ahead for the nation and the world over the next six months. First hour guest, environmental consultant Tim Ball offered commentary on 'Climategate' controversies. ... More »Host: George Noory
Two astrologers new to Coast to Coast AM, Linda Schurman, and Jeff Harman talked about their methodologies and offered analysis of current events, the economy, and what they see ahead. First hour guest, environmental consultant Tim Ball spoke about 'Climate-Gate.' ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, numerologist Glynis McCants talked about how people with various number traits interact with each other, as featured in her new book Love by the Numbers. In the latter half of the program, environmental consultant Tim Ball discussed 'Climate Gate,' a coordinated effort to hide information about global warming. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the first three hours, retired professor of climatology, Dr. Tim Ballargued that climate change is not due to manmade causes such as increased CO2. Environmental issues are being politicized and exploited, he said.It is arrogance that we can stop climate change, and human energy into the system is miniscule-- global climate change is caused by natural cycles mostly related to the sun and the oceans, he noted. The bullying atmosphere about the future of our planet is misguided, and environmental extremism leads us away from the real issues, he commented. For instance, fears of overpopulation begun in the 1960s have not played out, and if anything, there is a bigger problem of declining populations, Ball offered. He also addressed water concerns-- droughts are part of a cycle, such as in the Great Plains of North America, which undergoes a 22-year pattern.It is a myth that fossil fuels are running out, and the increased usage of biofuels such as et ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and scholar John Hogue discussed the life and prophecies of Nostradamus. Hogue also shared his predictions for 2007 based on his interpretation of Nostradamus' quatrains combined with astrological factors. ... More »Host: George Noory