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February 17, 2014

"Debunking the 97% 'consensus' on global warming"

Something I had wondered about. It'll be quite interesting if the finding holds up.

"These 'consensus' surveys appear to be used as a 'social proof,'" says Ken Gregory, research director of Friends of Science. "Just because a science paper includes the words 'global climate change' this does not define the cause, impact or possible mitigation. The 97% claim is contrived in all cases."

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Ed Rector

Check out just who are the organizers/members of the 'Friends of Science' in Calgary. They are mostly from the petroleum industry.

Tom Dougherty

The climate models have been spectacularly wrong predicting warming (satellite readings show no warming in 17 years) and the man-made global warming alarmists can't explain the colossal failure of the climate models. The alarmists mono-causal theory is coming apart at the seams.

Jack PQ

Whether true or false, the 97% figure is not necessarily meaningful because research teams working on these problems will see their funds dry up if the evidence isn't there. When survival is involved, evidence will be manufactured, or at least, spun.

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