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Scientists abandon global warming ‘lie’ December 11, 2008

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Scientists abandon global warming ‘lie’

650 to dissent at U.N. climate change conference

From WorldNetDaily, December 11, 2008

WASHINGTON – A United Nations conference in Poland is about to get a surprise from 650 leading scientists who scoff at doomsday reports of man-made global – labeling them variously a lie, a hoax and part of a new religion.

Later today, their voices will be heard in a U.S. Senate minority report quoting the scientists, many of whom are current and former members of the U.N.’s own Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

About 250 of the scientists quoted in the report have joined the dissenting scientists in the last year alone.

In fact, the total number of scientists represented in the report is 12 times the number of U.N. scientists who authored the official IPCC 2007 report.

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1. Jeremy - December 13, 2008

Could you link directly to the report? You don’t mention who the report is from, and neither does the article you are quoting. The IPCC report was compiled by over 2500 reviewers, 800 contributors and 450 lead authors. If there’s a report out there that has 12 times the number of authors behind it, I’d very much like to read it.

2. honestclimate - December 13, 2008
3. RodD - December 13, 2008

Why not start a display a white ribbon campaign by making available a lapel pin and bumper sticker so that the majority of the people show the world they do not agree with the co2rruption of the IPCC. Also one could tie a white ribbon around a tree. This may draw the attention of the media and governments.

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