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Media Starts to Block all Articles and Mention of Alternative Theories to Global Warming

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posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 10:26 AM
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Anybody remember what happened to freedom of speech? Or non-biased non-political scientific research? Remember when people wanted to research something to actually discover something, instead of just going with the flow?

Well, it looks like the Media is starting to block any mention to other causes of Global Warming. The media wants you to believe that humans are the one and only cause of Global Warming.

An Editor at the BBC today, who had published an article speaking out against Global Warming is resigning immediately because he was scared to back up his claims and evidence. The scientists that wrote the paper do not mind backing up their claims. Just now, no media will listen to them seriously. It's just another example of the Green Agenda hard at work, installing fear, and blocking out all research, evidence and now articles that state otherwise

This is the journalist talking about the government and IPCC in his final resignation letter. Does this letter sound botched to you? Is he really saying what he wants to say?


Their aim is to achieve highest scientific standards by carrying out a rigorous peer review that is, as a minimum requirement, supposed to be able to identify fundamental methodological errors or false claims. "Unfortunately, as many climate researchers and engaged observers of the climate change debate pointed out in various internet discussion fora, the paper by Spencer and Braswell... is most likely problematic in both aspects and should therefore not have been published."


Roy Spencer told the BBC


"I stand behind the science contained in the paper itself, as well as my comments published on my blog at drroyspencer.com.





"The very fact that the public has the perception that climate change is man-made, when in fact there is as yet no way to know with any level of scientific certainty how much is man-made versus natural, is evidence of that."


www.bbc.co.uk...


edit on 3-9-2011 by jjf3rd77 because: (no reason given)

edit on 3-9-2011 by jjf3rd77 because: (no reason given)




posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 11:39 AM
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Did you even read the BBC article? It's not the BBC reporter who is resigning, its the editor of the scientific journal. And he's resigning because the paper published by the two Americans disregarded similar studies that were proven invalid in the past.
First paragraph under the pic

"The editor of a science journal has resigned after admitting that a recent paper casting doubt on man-made climate change should not have been published."

So right there that renders the rest of your rant moot.

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