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Science Fact, Climate Fiction—Clarifying the Debate


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I'm surprised and disappointed that American Scientist has published a review of three very biased books by a very biased reviewer who works in a very biased institute in a very biased school (LSE), founded by the four Fabians Beatrice and Sidney Webb, Graham Wallas and George Bernard Shaw.

Who was it that said "LSE has caused more harm in Africa than all its dictators put together"?

Derek O'Connor

posted by Derek O'Connor
May 19, 2010

 

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