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A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
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Tuesday, 9 November 2010

The Global Warming Fraud - Brazilian Geologist Geraldo Luis Lino


Climate Change: 

The Keywords (Part 1 of 3)

Written by Geraldo Luís Lino, special to Climate Change Dispatch | 06 November 2010 

In the first of three articles for Climate Change Depot (Link in title) starts off by saying:

In the not too distant future, it will likely be difficult to understand how so many educated people believed in and accepted uncritically for so long a scientifically unproven theory like the so-called Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW). Taken almost as a dogma, the AGW has been forcefully imposed by means of a barrage of scare stories and indoctrination that begins in the elementary school textbooks and is volleyed relentlessly upon us by the media and many scientific institutions (including some pseudo-scientific ones), while gullible or opportunistic politicians devise all possible means of inserting climate-motivated items into their power-seeking schemes.

And then continues talking about the "environmentalist propaganda machine." 

Some of the points he makes:

in the historical and geological time scales there has never been and there will never be such a thing as a “static” climate (so, climate change is sort of a pleonasm)

• During the interglacials the average temperatures reached 4-6ºC and the sea levels 3-6 m above the current ones. Our own interglacial the Holocene, which started 11,500-11,700 years ago, had average temperatures up to 4ºC and sea levels up to 3 m above the current ones between 5,000-6,000 years ago (Middle Holocene).

Read More at Climate Change Despatch...

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