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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Now a lead author of the IPCC's climate change report is admitting that they were lying when they claimed that there was a consensus of scientists backing the IPCC's claim that global warming was man-made. As it turns out, only a few dozen experts agreed while the majority (thousands) of scientists disagreed with the report.


Chris A said...

I saw this the other day. I honestly never thought I'd see the day.

With public and "expert" opinion changing so rapidly with respect to anthropogenic global warming, it would seem that this would make it harder for the cap and trade legislation to get through. But Obama has a crisis he can't let go to waste, and watch him try to use the oil spill to ram it through. He may even push for nationalization of oil companies, an idea that has been thrown around amongst Democrats.

And guess who is one of the principle founders of cap and trade fraud? You guessed it - Goldman Sachs.

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