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Opposing Alarmist and Scientists Letters to US Congress, Jan 2011

18 Climate Alarmists versus 82 Climate Scientists ____________________________________________________ 1. Open Letter by 18 Climate Alarmists (pdf) January 28, 2011 To the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate: The Importance of Science in Addressing Climate Change As you begin your deliberations in the new 112th Congress, we urge you to take a fresh …

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Hal Lewis: My Resignation From The American Physical Society

From: Hal Lewis, University of California, Santa Barbara To: Curtis G. Callan, Jr., Princeton University, President of the American Physical Society 6 October 2010 Dear Curt: When I first joined the American Physical Society sixty-seven years ago it was much smaller, much gentler, and as yet uncorrupted by the money flood (a threat against which …

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What Scientists Really Say About Global Warming

Here’s what scientists say: 2007: 101 key scientists contradict the IPCC Report. 2008: 650 scientists, over 12 times the 52 signers, dissent at the UN meeting. 2008: Japan Geoscience Union symposium survey showed 90% of participants do not believe the IPCC report. 2009: 700 key scientists sign the Senate report (Inhofe) debunking man-made global warming …

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Open Letter to the Chancellor of Germany by 130 Scientists

Here are the key points in the German letter: Information known before the IPCC was founded shows that human CO2 emissions have no measurable effect on global warming. The atmosphere has not warmed in the last 10 years and has cooled significantly since 2003. The expensive IPCC climate models predicted steady warming but the opposite …

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Open Letter to the UN Secretary-General by 101 Scientists

Dec. 13, 2007 His Excellency Ban Ki-Moon Secretary-General, United Nations New York, N.Y. Dear Mr. Secretary-General, Re: UN climate conference taking the World in entirely the wrong direction It is not possible to stop climate change, a natural phenomenon that has affected humanity through the ages. Geological, archaeological, oral and written histories all attest to …

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