The great climate debate - preventing global warming or a just a carbon con? | thetelegraph.com.au
LET'S be clear from the start: Kevin Rudd is keeping the carbon tax, just changing its name.Two Female CEOs Revamp for Climate Change [Hoax] | Womens eNews
For the past five years he and the ALP have argued for higher electricity and gas prices through the carbon tax.
Now he says he wants completely the opposite outcome. But in classic Kevin Rudd fashion, he isn't ditching the tax, just changing its name and attempting to con the Australian people.
'Anyone who doubts the science isn't paying attention," [Nina McLemore, CEO of her leading international fashion firm] said.Global Warming - From Science to Agitprop | Rupert Darwell
[Rupert Darwell] 'We seem to be losing the communications battle,' the Met Office's chief scientist complained six months ago.Twitter / RogerPielkeJr: I'm the 9th of 10 witnesses. ...
With global warming, science morphs seamlessly into political campaigning, Bob Ward's article, 'The Corruption of the Public Debate on Climate Change,' being a fairly typical example of the genre.
There is the obsession with secret funding sources and with the ideological motivations of non-adherents, things the philosopher Karl Popper identified as telltale signs of a pseudoscience.
I'm the 9th of 10 witnesses. Were I the organizer I'd also try to keep my testimony far apart from that of @HeidiCullen (witness #1) ;-)