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Old 12-11-2007, 10:13 AM   #1
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.: U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works :: Minority Page :.

"Most of the people here have jobs that are very well paid and they depend on the idea that carbon emissions cause global warming."

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Evans, who believes the UN has heavily politicized science, warned there is going to be a "dangerous time for science" ahead.
"We have a split here. Official science driven by politics, money and power, goes in one direction. Unofficial science, which is more determined by what is actually happening with the [climate] data, has now started to move off in a different direction" away from fears of a man-made climate crisis, Evans explained."

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There is no evidence that carbon dioxide increases are having any affect whatsoever on the climate," Gray, who shares in the Nobel Prize awarded to the UN IPCC, explained."

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.: U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works :: Minority Page :.

"Most of the people here have jobs that are very well paid and they depend on the idea that carbon emissions cause global warming."

"Evans, who believes the UN has heavily politicized science, warned there is going to be a "dangerous time for science" ahead.
"We have a split here. Official science driven by politics, money and power, goes in one direction. Unofficial science, which is more determined by what is actually happening with the [climate] data, has now started to move off in a different direction" away from fears of a man-made climate crisis, Evans explained."

"There is no evidence that carbon dioxide increases are having any affect whatsoever on the climate," Gray, who shares in the Nobel Prize awarded to the UN IPCC, explained."

Wow. I would have thought that he would argue that carbon dioxide had no effect on the climate.
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That's what I would have assumed too... he really caught me off guard. I thought he would have went the other way on that one.
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since there is also no evidence that reducing carbon emissions would be bad for humanity and the earth I would err on the side of caution so that either way we will be OK!
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