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Monday, June 23, 2008

Brits shock alarmists

Shocking an Alarmist is quite a feat in itself, but the Brits have done it! I guess they must have watched the Great Global Warming Swindle*.

The majority of the British public is still not convinced that climate change is caused by humans - and many others believe scientists are exaggerating the problem, according to an exclusive poll for The Observer.

The results have shocked campaigners...
The Brits are not falling into lock step with the AGW propaganda.
Ipsos MORI polled 1,039 adults and found that six out of 10 agreed that 'many scientific experts still question if humans are contributing to climate change', and that four out of 10 'sometimes think climate change might not be as bad as people say'. In both cases, another 20 per cent were not convinced either way.
There's still hope.

1 comment:

Zookeeper said...

A new word for our vocabulary:
(n) The practice of relating every extreme weather event to Climate Change, in order to create fear and/or secure funding.

(n) A practitioner of ClimaTautology.

Tautology [in Logic]:
a. a compound propositional form all of whose instances are true, as “A or not A.”
b. an instance of such a form, as “This candidate will win or will not win.”