Nature, not human activity, rules the climate
published: Oct. 9, 2008, recorded: September 2008, views: 2685
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The science is settled: Evidence clearly demonstrates that Carbon dioxide contributes insignificantly to Global Warming and is therefore not a 'pollutant.'
This fact has not yet been widely recognized, and irrational Global Warming fears continue to distort energy policies and economic policy. All efforts to curtail CO2 emissions, whether global or at the state level, are pointless -- and in any case, ineffective and very costly.
On the whole, a warmer climate is beneficial.
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