Dr. Tim Ball, former university professor and now environmental consultant, is one of the leading climatologists who remained skeptical of the climate
control claims. With the release of the University of East Anglia emails, he had some very pointed comments in this interview with the Corbett
The e-mails are just the tip of the iceberg I have been cruising around the net looking for more info on the data and such and have found it. This
whole thing is HUGE!. The fallout from this is going to be horrendous. It might take a couple of months for the impact to be fully
felt, but the "green bubble" they are trying to create has just been busted.
Were the carbon traders truly concerned that global warming is a seriously urgent issue, they could perhaps justify following their untested
carbon-trading notion. But if it were an urgent situation, why would they offer a solution that will take decades to take effect? If they have decades
to work on the solution, by definition, it cannot be that urgent. And, if they have decades to implement their plan, could they not spend at least a
few years or even a few months openly and transparently debating which course of action will save the planet from its imminent death?
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