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Last December, global warming scientists visited an area near Antarctica to observe melted ice. Their ship got stuck in the ice where the ice wasn’t suppose to be. How ironic. We just had the coldest winter in decades and these people say it’s caused by global warming. Come on, you can’t have it both ways. Is there no common sense out there.

Climate change/global warming alarmists base their predictions on one thing: Climate models. It is not based on empirical evidence. It is not based on empirical observation. It is not based on real data.

The entire theory of global warming is rooted in computer models predicting the future 10, 20, 30, even 100 years down the road. And the computer models are put together by bias scientists who have a financial interest in producing an outcome donors want. A computer model is only as good as the data that’s put into it. The whole global warming movement is entirely predicted on computer models that are manipulated to generate predictions of significant global warming as a result of increased concentrations of CO2. It’s totally made up, as the emails from the University of East Anglia illustrate. Those hundreds of emails between these scientists show the collaboration to manipulate the climate data.

The earth’s climate is always changing; it’s never constant. The whole thing is such a bogus hoax.

Randy Miller
Carrollton, OH

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