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Climate Change: The Sun and the Oceans do not lie.

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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 11:02 PM
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Climate Change: The Sun and the Oceans do not lie.


www.telegraph.co.uk

Even a compromised agreement to reduce emissions could devastate the economy - and all for a theory shot full of holes, says Christopher Booker.

Britain and the US are already committed to cutting their use of fossil fuels by more than 80 per cent. Short of an unimaginable technological revolution, this could only be achieved by closing down virtually all our economic activity....

(EPA)...senior policy analysts, Alan Carlin...the CO2 theory was looking indefensible.
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posted on Jul, 13 2009 @ 11:02 PM
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So here we finally have an honest review of the G8 Governments and their attempt to "Stop AGW", and what we see being spelled out before us is that even certain influential and pertinent individuals within POTUS Obama's very own Administration are now expressing doubts in regards to the so called "Consensus" of "Anthropogenic Global Warming", AKA "Climate Change". The same is also occurring within other governments, the most notable of which happens to be Australia and their National Senate (The Senator of notable mention happens to be an Independent no less).

www.telegraph.co.uk
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posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 02:15 AM
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415,000 years of climate history.




Its gonna get cold friends!!

[edit on 14-7-2009 by Donkey_Dean]



posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 07:45 AM
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So up until March, when the EPA asked their analyst to report on the science used, did they think that the science was good? It seems they did, otherwise, why did they ask him to report on it?


In March, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has a key role in President Obama's plans to curb CO2 emissions, asked one of its senior policy analysts, Alan Carlin, to report on the science used to justify its policy. His 90-page paper recommended that the EPA carry out an independent review of the science, because the CO2 theory was looking indefensible, while the "counter consensus'' view – solar radiation and ocean currents – seemed to fit the data much better. Provoking a considerable stir, Carlin's report was stopped dead, on the grounds that it was too late to raise objections to what was now the EPA's official policy.


Uh oh... looks like the mighty EPA was duped and now are too far into it to admit it. Me thinks they should not have asked the question if they didn't already know the answer.



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