First Full U.S. Television Strike Against Gore's Global Warming Fraud

3 de may de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>First Full U.S. Television Strike Against Gore's Global Warming Fraud</h1><p>May 3 (EIRNS)-- <i>CNN's</i> "Glenn Beck" program ran an hour-long special on May 2, attacking the hype and the <b>pure fraud</b> of the scientific consensus around the issue of global warming.</p><p>The special was entitled "Exposed: Climate of Fear". The special interviewed some of the climate researchers that were part of the</p><p>The special clearly showed the point that there is no consensus of the scientific community on manmade global warming, and that most of the warming that has happened has been due to natural causes like solar activity.</p><p>The program highlighted Roy Spencer, a former scientist for NASA, saying, "The global warming crowd talks of a consensus but never mentions thethat has been signed by 17,000 professionals and scientists, who do not agree with the idea that we are causing climate change."</p><p>The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was exposed as a political body by the program. The whole IPCC process was shown to be a controlled political process with a scientific "window dressing."</p><p>The program highlighted Patrick Moore, the former Greenpeace founder saying, "You've got Greenpeace and other major environmental groups saying that the civilization and the environment are going to be destroyed by global warming, catastrophe, chaos, and these scary words; and yet they are unwilling to adopt nuclear energy."</p><p>Moore was also asked about the risks that surround nuclear power and he said," I don't think there is much risk in nuclear power myself. There are 103 plants operating everyday in the United States, and no one has ever been injured by them."</p></div></body>