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ClimateGate still ignored by Obama and the mainstream media!





Belief in

Global Warming

at All-Time Low –



December 7th, 2009




A new poll reveals that the

percentage of Americans who

believe carbon dioxide emissions

will cause global warming has

dropped dramatically

in recent years.

And that poll by Harris Interactive

was conducted between

Nov. 2 and 11 —

before the so-called climategate”

controversy erupted,

calling into question the validity

of some of the science supporting

manmade global warming.

The poll found that the

percentage of American who

believe in global warming has

dropped from 75 percent in

2001 and 71 percent in 2007

to just 51 percent.

At the same time,

the percentage of those who do

not believe in global warming has

risen from 19 percent in 2001

and 23 percent in 2007 to 29

percent today,

and the percentage who are

unsure has climbed from 6 percent

to 21 percent since 2001.



“The 51 percent who believe

emissions will cause climate

change is by far the lowest number

recorded in any Harris Poll since

we started asking this question

12 years ago,”

Harris Interactive disclosed.

Opinions differed sharply

along party lines —

73 percent of Democrats believe

in manmade global warming,

compared to 28 percent of

Republicans and 49 percent

of Independents.

As for the upcoming international

conference in Copenhagen,


only 28 percent of those polled

knew that the main topic to be

discussed is global warming and

climate change.

Nearly 10 percent said the

economic crisis would be the topic,

while smaller numbers cited

nuclear weapons,

health and epidemics,


international trade,

or drugs.




Six days after the poll closed,

on Nov. 17,

someone hacked a server used

by the Climatic Research Unit of

the University of East Anglia

in Norwich, England,

and disseminated more than a

thousand e-mails and

other documents.

Climate change skeptics charge

that the e-mails show collusion

by climate scientists to skew

scientific information in favor

of manmade global warming.

The leaked documents

“show that prominent scientists

were so wedded to theories of

manmade global warming that

they ridiculed dissenters who

asked for copies of their data,

plotted how to keep researchers

who reached different conclusions

from publishing,

and concealed apparently

buggy computer code from

being disclosed under the

Freedom of Information law,”

CBS News reported.



One climatologist at the

National Center for

Atmospheric Research was

quoted as saying:

“The fact is that we can’t

account for the lack of

warming at the moment

and it is a travesty

that we can’t.”






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One Response to “ClimateGate still ignored by Obama and the mainstream media!”

  1. “Climategate” started out when there appeared on the Internet a collection of e-mails of a group of climatologists who work in the University of East Anglia in England. These documents reveal that some climatologists of international preeminence have manipulated the data of their investigations and have strongly tried to discredit climatologists who are not convinced that the increasing quantities of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere are the cause of global warming.

    It is true that a majority of the scientists who study climatic tendencies in our atmosphere have arrived at the conclusion that the world’s climate is changing, and they have convinced a group of politicians, some of whom are politically powerful, of the truth of their conclusions.

    A minority, however, is skeptical. Some believe that recent data that suggest that the average temperature of the atmosphere is going up can be explained by natural variations in solar radiation and that global warming is a temporary phenomenon. Others believe that the historical evidence indicating that the temperature of the atmosphere is going up at a dangerous rate is simply not reliable.

    Such lacks of agreement are common in the sciences. They are reduced and eventually eliminated with the accumulation of new evidence and of more refined theories or even by completely new ones. Such debates can persist for a period of decades. Academics often throw invective at one another in these debates. But typically this does not mean much.

    But the case of climate change is different. If the evidence indicates that global warming is progressive, is caused principally by our industrial processes, and will probably cause disastrous changes in our atmosphere before the end of the twenty-first century, then we do not have the time to verify precisely if this evidence is reliable. Such a process would be a question of many years of new investigations. And if the alarmist climatologists are right, such a delay would be tragic for all humanity.

    The difficulty is that economic and climatologic systems are very complicated. They are not like celestial mechanics, which involves only the interaction of gravity and centrifugal force, and efforts to construct computerized models to describe these complicated systems simply cannot include all the factors that are influential in the evolution of these complicated systems.

    All this does not necessarily indicate that the alarmist climatologists are not right. But it really means that if global warming is occurring, we cannot know exactly what will be the average temperature of our atmosphere in the year 2100 and what will be the average sea level of the world’s ocean in that year.

    It also means that we cannot be confident that efforts by the industrialized countries to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere will have a significant influence on the evolution of the world’s climate.

    Alas, the reduction of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere would be very costly and would greatly change the lives of all the inhabitants of our planet–with the possibility (perhaps even the probability!) that all these efforts will be completely useless.

    Harleigh Kyson Jr.

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