The Global Warming Policy Foundation has enlisted an international team of five distinguished scientists to carry out a full inquiry
I'm not denying that global warming is a thing or anything, but I think it is quite clear that there are misdoings among the science community when it comes to global warming. A lot of people will do anything for "shocking" results (in any field of science or research) to get attention and thus funding, and I think that both global warming and man's level of cause for it are being at least somewhat exaggerated. And there really isn't much denying that there is some majorly gross incompetence with where temperature sensors are placed for surface data of temperatures. http://www.foxnews.com/scit... *Yes, it's Fox, but they have sources and images Like, really? You're going to place a thermometer over blacktop or next to a lightbulb or attach it to a metal pole in the sun, and not expect skewed results?
I think it is underrepresented. Air Temperature is only one small part of global warming. A snap back in geologic time to pre carboniferous forest, when the CO2 was still airborne (and not yet internalized by plant structures which would soon overtake earth) will plainly show the effects of putting this CO2 back into the atmosphere as we are right now. I think the data is overly clear, and the mass market misdirection as well as dependence has us constantly questioning it and justifying our actions.
It is clearly not underrepresented. One could only think that if they never watched the news, were unaware that scientists with any issues with the global warming narrative are being ostracized, paid no attention to the black and white statements being made by governments and international organizations, etc. It is NOT underrepresented.
why worry about global warming. the planet will be fine...its the people that are f**ked.
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