December 27, 2012

Climate Science vs. Politics: The Road Ahead

Fred Singer, American Thinker


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There is good news and bad news about climate. The good news is that science evidence has made it quite clear that the human contribution to a possible global warming is minor; in fact it cannot even be identified in the data record. The bad news is that the media and politicians pay no attention whatsoever to the science and are marching ahead full-speed with efforts to control CO2 emissions -- thereby hurting the economy, destroying jobs, and stunting economic growth. They are under the illusion that there is a nearly complete scientific consensus in support of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming (CAGW).

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TAGGED: IPCC, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, S. Fred Singer, Politics, Climate Change, Global Warming, Climate Science

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