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Global Warming Scam: Amazing Story - Coleman

Global Warming Scam: Amazing Story - Coleman

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The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints. Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have lead to a rise in public awareness that CO2 is not a pollutant and is
not a significant greenhouse gas that is triggering runaway global warming.
Global Warming: It is a hoax. It is bad science. It is a high-jacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history.
The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints. Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have lead to a rise in public awareness that CO2 is not a pollutant and is
not a significant greenhouse gas that is triggering runaway global warming.
Global Warming: It is a hoax. It is bad science. It is a high-jacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history.

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The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming ScamBy John Coleman, January 28, 2009
(founder of the Weather Channel) http://www.kusi.com/weather/colemanscorner/38574742.html  
The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints.Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have lead to a rise in public awareness that CO2 is not a pollutant and is not a significant greenhouse gas that is triggering runaway global warming.How did we ever get to this point where bad science is driving biggovernment we have to struggle so to stop it?The story begins with an Oceanographer named Roger Revelle. He served with the Navy in World War II. After the war he became the Director of the Scripps Oceanographic Institute in La Jolla in San Diego, California.Revelle saw the opportunity to obtain major funding from the Navy for doing measurements and research on the ocean around the Pacific  Atolls where the US military was conducting atomic bomb tests. He greatly expanded the Institute's areas of interest and among others hired Hans Suess, a noted Chemist from the University of Chicago, who was very interested in the traces of carbon in the environment from the burning of fossil fuels. Revelle tagged on to Suess studies and co-authored a paper with him in 1957. The paper raises the possibilitythat the carbon dioxide might be creating a greenhouse effect and causing atmospheric warming. It seems to be a plea for funding for more studies. Funding, frankly, is where Revelle's mind was most of the time.Next Revelle hired a Geochemist named David Keeling to devise a way to measure the atmospheric content of Carbon dioxide. In 1960 Keelingpublished his first paper showing the increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and linking the increase to the burning of fossil fuels.These two research papers became the bedrock of the science of global 
 
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