Climate change is just a fantasy akin to a religious myth, if Charles Krauthammer is to be believed.
In the wake of yet another report on the impact climate change is already having on the world, Krauthammer took to Wednesday's "Special Report" to compare belief in the theory to belief in the power of gods to control the weather.
"It's the oldest superstition around," he said. "It was in the Old Testament, it's in the rain dance of Native Americans: if you sin, the skies will not cooperate."
Krauthammer said the consensus around the science of climate change was just as dubious as the consensus around other debunked theories.
"I'm not impressed by numbers," he said.