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    Re: Climate e-mail hack 'will impact on Copenhagen summit'

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Loin View Post
    You should be more careful to describe your point. A great many people believe in Global Warming and Global Cooling for that matter. The debate is centered around Anthropogenic Global Warming, which has now morphed to Climate Change.Fact is that most people know that climate change occurs quite independent of mankind.
    Of course its happening independant of mankind. Quiet simply because its happened before (well before mankind or cows).

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    Re: Climate e-mail hack 'will impact on Copenhagen summit'

    Climategate is probably one of the first major signs of the end of yet another Liberal crisis. We will probably start seeing a continual increase in the population of skeptics.

    It is one thing to chart changes related to climate. But to make the kind of predictions we've heard over the past couple decades is purely the stuff of hype, hysteria and political agenda. However, I think Copenhagen will maintain a stiff upper lip and continue with its fear campaign.

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    Re: Climate e-mail hack 'will impact on Copenhagen summit'

    Quote Originally Posted by Telecaster View Post
    Climategate is probably one of the first major signs of the end of yet another Liberal crisis. We will probably start seeing a continual increase in the population of skeptics.

    It is one thing to chart changes related to climate. But to make the kind of predictions we've heard over the past couple decades is purely the stuff of hype, hysteria and political agenda. However, I think Copenhagen will maintain a stiff upper lip and continue with its fear campaign.
    I agree and point out it has not been a good year for the AGW crowd. The US Meteorological Society began debunking the "consensus" argument, public polling shows the public is growing deeply skeptical about AGW claims and the money grab around it in general. This was before the inconvenient discovery of these emails compiled for a British FOIA inquiry and removed from a public server.
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    Re: Climate e-mail hack 'will impact on Copenhagen summit'

    Quote Originally Posted by Telecaster View Post
    Climategate is probably one of the first major signs of the end of yet another Liberal crisis. We will probably start seeing a continual increase in the population of skeptics.

    It is one thing to chart changes related to climate. But to make the kind of predictions we've heard over the past couple decades is purely the stuff of hype, hysteria and political agenda. However, I think Copenhagen will maintain a stiff upper lip and continue with its fear campaign.
    Why can't they cut & run like most Libs would?.....

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