Scientists in Revolt against Global Warming

American Thinker

Global warming became a cause to save life on earth  before it had a chance to become good science.  The belief that fossil fuel  use is an emergency destroying our planet by CO2 emissions took over  the media and political arena by storm.  The issue was politicized so  quickly that the normal scientific process was stunted.  We have never had  a full, honest national debate on either the science or government policy  issues.

Everyone “knows” that global warming is true.   The public has no idea of the number of scientists — precisely one thousand at last count of a congressional committee — who  believe that global warming is benign and natural, and that it ended in 1998.  We have not been informed of the costs to our economy of discouraging fossil fuel development and  promoting alternatives.  The public need to know the choices being made on  their behalf, and to have a say in the matter.  We are constantly told that  the scientific and policy debate on global warming is over.  It has just  begun.

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