Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Global Warming Consensus, Schmensus

Scientists still vigorously debating climate variance (HT: Coyote Blog):

One of the many disturbing aspects of global warming hysteria is the way moonbats who use it to promote their ominous political agenda insist on a consensus that simply does not exist. A recent survey of more than 12,000 environmental scientists and practitioners by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals shows that despite the hysteria and considerable pressure to conform to the "correct" view, many scientists are choosing skepticism over the safety of the herd.

The survey found that:

  • 34% disagree that global warming is a serious problem;
  • 41% disagree that warming trends "can be, in large part, attributed to human activity";
  • 71% disagree that human activity has significantly contributed to hurricanes;
  • 33% disagree that the US government is not doing enough about global warming;
  • 47% disagree that international agreements such as the preposterous Kyoto Protocol provide a useful framework for addressing global climate change.


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