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August 14, 2014

John Riis-Christensen: Global warming is a planetary fraud

It started as man-made global warming. Then the left, when truth got too hot for them, changed it to “climate change.” Well, now it is anthropogenic global warming. Hey! We just came full circle. Anthropogenic means “human impact.”

It started as man-made global warming. Then the left, when truth got too hot for them, changed it to “climate change.” Well, now it is anthropogenic global warming. Hey! We just came full circle. Anthropogenic means “human impact.”

There is that consensus of those 97 percent of scientists who have said man-made (oh, excuse me, anthropogenic) global warming was a fact. Let’s take a look at that consensus. A study done by John Cook did not include prominent scientists who did not go along with the global warming myth. The study shows that over half of the articles did not express an opinion on global warming at all. The percentage of these “no-opinion” articles went to over 60 percent. The articles that supported global warming fell to below 40 percent. Since when is 40 percent a consensus? It ain’t in my book. Man-made global warming, climate change, anthropogenic global warming or whatever it will be called in the future is the biggest fraud ever perpetrated against the American people.

John Riis-Christensen, Atwater

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