Dr. Tim Ball recently appeared on It’s Rainmaking Time!™ to clear up the misunderstandings about glaciers. Learn what’s really happening in the Arctic here.
Interviews featuring Dr. Tim Ball
This archive lists audio and text interviews featuring Dr. Tim Ball. Please click on any headline below to select an interview.
Kim Greenhouse interviewed Dr. Tim Ball for a segment titled <a href="http://itsrainmakingtime.com/2010/timball/" target="_blank"><em>The Complexity of Ocean Exploration</em></a>. The interview covers the time Dr. Ball spent chasing Russian submarines and working in Arctic search and rescue, and details the impact of sonar on whales, dolphins, and other marine life. Learn how he discovered the importance of the ocean in climate systems, and why it is easier to go to the moon than to investigate the ocean.
Meant to ensure the integrity and objectivity of scientific studies, the peer review process has been repeatedly perverted by academic and business interests to prevent information that would disrupt existing paradigms from reaching public attention. While the public is aware that peer review exists, its potential for abuse (illustrated by the ClimateGate scandal) is rarely discussed openly or candidly. Dr. Tim Ball and author Gavin Menzies join <a href="http://itsrainmakingtime.com" target="_blank"><em>It's Rainmaking Time!™</em></a> host Kim Greenhouse to discuss the problems of peer review in detail.
Dr. Tim Ball appeared on The Michael Coren Show to discuss climate change and the evolution of climate alarmism. Watch the 5-part television interview here!
Few people understand the differences between climate and weather. Kim Greenhouse, the host of <a href="http://itsrainmakingtime.com/2009/climate-part1/" target="_blank"><em>It's Rainmaking Time!™</em></a>, interviews Dr. Tim Ball, author and ice age researcher Robert Felix (the founder of <a href="http://iceagenow.com" target="_blank">Ice Age Now</a>), and retired meteorologist Joe D'Aleo (the founder of <a href="http://icecap.us" target="_blank">ICECAP.US</a>) to outline the distinction between them once and for all.