“The judge identified nine aspects of An Inconvenient Truth, nine core errors, where Al Gore either misstated the IPCC or prejudicially exaggerated what they found.” John Day is the lawyer for a British parent who sued the British Department
of Education when they tried to distribute An Inconvenient Truth to schools.
Woops—my bad. Turns out it was solar cycles all along.
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Saturday, 14 November 2009 12:45
Obama is feeling the heat, and it isn't caused by global warming.  As a matter of fact, cap-and-trade is fast becoming one of the most unpopular bills in the senate.  Turns out there's all these scientists saying that co2 doesn't impact the climate nearly as much as they thought, that solar cycles were the trouble makers all along.

So, where's the "woops—my bad?"  Cap-and-trade might be placed on the back burner, but the EPA is still enforcing co2 regulation.  Al Gore's smart grids still stand to make billions, and the Copenhagen Summit will still demand we limit prosperity in the name of co2.

Where is the admittance of wrong?  Where is the cease and desist?

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Lynn Wright said:

a few words from webbyswords.info
Green house gases ( CO2). Good for plants not good for people but plants
breath it and replenish our oxygen.
Maybe it's green(not sure what color it is) but thats a good thing.
GOD made it that way.
The Lord giveth,and the Lord taketh away.GOD will be around for quite
awhile yet. So Al Gore will have to go to the end of the line for this power grab.

November 15, 2009
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Btrue53142 said:

What if you're wrong?
I agree there is reason to be skeptical on global warming. Yes, Al Gore should be doubted, but there are still enough honest scientists that don't have a financial stake in the outcome that seem to be willing to stake their careers and reputations on the fact that global warming is real and we're headed for real trouble. It seems to me the number that believe it's a serious problem far out number those that don't. What if the believers are right? I guess there's at least a 50% chance they are. Even if it's only a 10% chance that the worst case scenarios play out, then it's a risk I don't want to take. It's my kid's future at stake and I don't want to gamble with it. If we do spend money on green infrastructure, even if the global warming predictions don't pan out, we will still have created US based jobs that can't be outsourced. We will stop sending hundreds of billions of dollars overseas every year to countries that hate us. This site seems to be dedicated to making people believe there is absolutely nothing to worry about. That seems irresponsible to me since no one absolutely knows the truth. What if you're wrong?
November 27, 2009
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Andrew m Reed said:

in response to brute53142
in response to your comment. So you would rather believe the liberal bias of enviromenalists, government, and media? It seems to me that they are just in it for global power. The contrary retort to your claim that there are scientists out there who have no financial stake who say that global warming is real is the fact that there are even more scientists and envirmentalists out there who believe it is a farce , but cannot come out in say it because the liberal powers will ruin their careers.

It's common sense, co2 is not the cause of warming. Co2 actually has the opposite effect (cooling) on the enviroment as was proven by studies done on Antartic glaciers (I apologize I do not have the exact name of the study, but I will find it for you if need be). Human beings produce a very very small percentage of co2 in the first place ( animals, bacteria produce alot more) so therefore is not a man made problem. So the solution is to tax the abosolute hell out of small businesses and industries because of their co2 production(cap and trade)??? That is a beautiful strategy to really kill the economy. A more obvious reason for the rare warm days during winter and fall could be, I dont know, THE SUN ( solar activity ).

I, as a christian, believe as it is stated in the Bible that man will not and cannot predict the end of the world. I am all about helping the enviroment and keeping up-to-date with new technology, but I am using common sense on this one and not trusting the liberal bias on this one. When have they ever guided us in the right direction? I think you should just use your common sense.

btw, this site is wonderful because it gives a voice to the voiceless.
November 28, 2009
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