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A group promoting skepticism over widely-accredited climate change science has a web of connections to influential oil giant Exxon-Mobil, Raw Story has found.
An investigation into the group reveals its numerous links to Exxon-Mobil, a vehement opponent of climate legislation and notorious among scientists for funding global warming skeptics
"Exxon-Mobil essentially funds people to lie,"
"It's important for people to understand that they pay off the overwhelming majority of groups in the
"To call global warming a hoax is to question every scientific journal, every scientific academy, and buy into the most extreme conspiracy theories," Romm said.
Stewart continued, "It's nothing, he was just using a trick .. to hide the decline. It's just scientist speak for using a standard statistical technique recalibrating data in order to ... trick you ... into not knowing about ... the decline.
But here's what's great about science, in disagreements we go back and look at the raw data (clip showing data destroyed) ... Oh for fxxxks sake! Why would you throw out raw data from the 80's ... I still have Penthouses from the 70's!
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
But from their recent advertising campaign, they are helping to save the planet in an environmental way. whos lying here?
Originally posted by marg6043
I call global warming a hoax and It has nothing to do with Exxon Mobil supposed promotion.
It has to do with research, investigation, pleanty of historical accounts and the fact that behind the global warming bill is a few thousand lobbyist from all the groups that will be profiteering from the tax payer in the nation to make profits on the hoax.
That is why I call it a hoax.
Plain and simple.
For us, they will ALWAYS be LIARS !
Originally posted by woodwardjnr whos lying here?
For many in this coastal town, the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster was an event so crushing that
hard-bitten fishermen still get teary-eyed recalling ruined livelihoods, broken marriages and suicides.
But mostly, people in Cordova talk about the discouraging wait for legal retribution
for the worst oil spill in U.S. history.