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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Is Climate-Change a Fraud?

Lately, rumors have been going around about leaked documets from one of the world's most credited sources when it comes to global warming, the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia (Eastern England).
Hacked emails, are currently posted online for everyone to witness the falsification of the data presented in the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's 2007 report. This report has been the source of many arguments for the pro-climate change initiatives, as it was perceived as one of the most trusted sources.
The current buzz around the climate change fraud concludes global warming to be another political scam, a hasty conclusion, yet worth examining.
With the emails available for the public, science has lost its credentials. Left to witness its effects come to life in the COP15- Copenhagen Climate Change Conference which will be held from December 7 until December 18. Looking forward.

1 comment:

Bassem B. said...

All I know is that over the years I've been on this planet, Lebanon's once neatly divided, four moderate seasons have started merging into two harsher seasons. In simpler words, our climate is getting messed up.

Moderate climates are the first to get affected because they are more delicate. So this is my anecdotal evidence, but I'm sticking by it. Something's going on.

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