Washington Post and MSNBC cite National Wildlife Federation as source on existence of climate change
- Washington Post 1/28/10 story headline: "Harsh Winter a Sign of Disruptive Climate Change, Report Says"
- is in fact
- new report by the National Wildlife Federation. "...
- Why would the Washington Post cry that there's a "wealth of scientific evidence" to support (man-made) climate change (actually they leave out the words "man made" in this article, allowing a reader to think any kind of climate change for any reason is enough to turn this country, its citizens, their finite efforts and time over to a bunch of equatorial dictators, unaccountable UN grifters and billionaire hedge fund scam artists)
- when there is a 'wealth' of recent scientific information to the contrary? Legitimate press have given evidence that the Nobel Prize winning climate report is replete with fake data.
- "voodoo science."
- This should have had enormous impact on the Copenhagen summit and every day since. Did the Washington Post make this scandal front page news? Could this not be considered a "wealth of evidence" of which citizens should be made aware? At the very least, if the Washington Post is truly concerned about the earth's atmosphere, informing the world of this fraud might have caused some to stay home
- instead of spewing tons of carbon into the atmosphere with harmful jet travel.
- The point has been made by others, this matter should not be decided by advocacy groups and a round the clock spray of media propaganda. We are being urged:
"...to surrender our freedoms, our economic growth, and even our simplest comforts to duplicitous zealots before checking and double-checking
- the work of the prophets predicting our doom
- should we refuse." (Marc Sheppard, American Thinker) via WUWT
- The Washington Post's only concern was that the public's perception of colder than usual weather might make it harder for Obama to pass global warming related legislation. I am curious why the Washington Post is considered anything other than a bulky public relations newsletter. ed.