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December 20, 2007

400 Prominent Scientists Confirm That Anthropogenic Global Warming Is a Hoax

A full Senate report includes the findings of 400 prominent scientists who are either skeptical of or emphatically reject the concept of people causing catastrophic climate change.

The evidence against the global warming hoax is piling up so fast, I don't have space even to summarize it. See the report for yourself here.

Read it and weep, Yvo de Boer.

On a tip from Bergbikr.

Posted by Van Helsing at December 20, 2007 2:30 PM

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wonder what their next, uh i mean cause will be?

they should've made gore time's man of the year - for if nothing else, pulling the wool over so many sheeples' eyes! wait a minute, sheeple's what they call us!


Posted by: nanc at December 20, 2007 3:02 PM

There are 6 billion of us more or less on the planet and rising. With the astronomical rise of China and India, along with fast rises in production and consumption in most of the world; Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, malaysia, Dubai and the Gulf States etc etc, there is more activity, production and heat being given off than ever before. It is so astronomical and difficult to monitor in even relatively open parts of the world, that noone really has a clue. Hand on heart, whether for or against Global warming caused by man or not, I don't think any Scientists really know what is going on and what the impacts of 6 billion of us cutting, burning, consuming and dumping is going to be and when the consequences will hit full force. I don't think anyone can know, not how and not when!!

Posted by: Patrick at December 20, 2007 3:29 PM


Posted by: KHarn at December 20, 2007 3:37 PM

Wonder how many newspapers are going to run this on the front page.

Posted by: Kevin at December 20, 2007 3:39 PM

i'm trying to get it posted right now at a left-leaning blog - we'll see...

Posted by: nanc at December 20, 2007 4:17 PM

The UN really is a farce. All the leftist crap they try to foist upon the world. So much of this might be easy to pull off in backwater third world countries where illiteracy is the norm.

It is a sad thing that so many moonbat "useful idiots" carried this issue so far before rational minds began to pick the propaganda apart.

It is a classic example of a "lie that can travel around the world before the truth can tie its shoes.

Posted by: orvict at December 20, 2007 5:10 PM

If the average human could be taught how to think rather than being told what to think...

Posted by: orvict at December 20, 2007 5:13 PM

So nanc, I assume you will do the correct thing and commit suicide

Posted by: JamesB at December 21, 2007 1:23 AM

You know, Michael Crichton got raked over the coals by the AGW nutroots when he published State of Fear. In case people forget, Michael DOES have a Medical Doctorate from Harvard Medical School and is just as qualified as any of those illustrious 400 brave individuals. Its good to know that those of us who are skeptics are beginning to gain traction, cause we're heading down a dangerous path to being unable to cope with the possible coming cooling trend if we keep dumping resources into the nonproblem of Global Warming.

Posted by: Brooklyn Red Leg at December 21, 2007 1:58 AM

This wont matter, these scientists will just be demonized as "tools of BIG OIL" by the media. There billions of dollars in government grants to study the "global warming threat" on the line. If they admit natural forces are the primary drivers of climate change - the grant money stops. Not to mention the big bucks on all these carbon trading schemes - Al Gore is invested in one of these companies (along with Occidental Petroleum which made the Gore family rich).

Posted by: Anonymous at December 21, 2007 6:13 AM

Does 400 constitute "a consensus"?

Posted by: KHarn at December 21, 2007 6:30 PM

jamesb - you first.

Posted by: nanc at December 21, 2007 10:58 PM