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Science Fact, Climate Fiction—Clarifying the Debate


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Our reviewer friend here fails to point out he belongs to one of the most fanatical warming organisations in the UK, one which disregards all truth in order to ram home the AGW lies.
Those with a more open mindset will be aware of the many, many inconvenient facts which daily show the outrageous claims of organisations such as Grantham to be biased and extreme.
The evidence quite clearly points to natural climate variation doing what it always does.
There is no wildly accelerating climb in temperatures. Sea level is not rising out of control. Ice is not melting at an unprecedented rate.
The alarmist call is more and more being drowned out by the climate actuality. The activists are past their sell by date and are doing everything within their power to grasp back the control they thought they had.

posted by John Carter
April 22, 2010

 

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