NC Media Watch

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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Global Warming Update: No consensus

Roger A. Pielke Sr, Professor and State Climatologist, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University Fort Collins, resigns from the U.S. Climate Change Science Program over the NY Time, article, “Errors Cited in Assessing Climate”. According to Dr Pielke: “I do not question the scencerity of those on the Committee, nor their expertise in their specific scientific discipline. However, they, inappropriately, vigorously discourage the inclusion of the diversity of perspectives on the topic of the CCSP report in order to promote a narrowly focused topic which has a clear political agenda.” [Emphasis added] Full story (here.)

A political agenda that is stealing money from your wallet. Support Congressmen who are challenging the use of junk science to promote an environmentalist agenda to reduce economic growth in California and the nation.

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Blogger Frederic Christie said...

Junk science? The vast majority of experts agree that there are serious global warming concerns. Ice packs are melting, heat-sensitive species are dying, the NOAA has tracked numerous increases in violent weather patterns, the hocus pocus about warming cycles is being debunked, every recording shows an increase in mean and median temperature... The conservatives, as always, get louder as their evidence gets slimmer.

Tue Aug 23, 09:17:00 PM PDT  

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