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Doherty: New data justifies repealing
global warming act
Urges state to hold off on damaging new regulations


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Doherty: New data justifies repealing global warming act

Urges state to hold off on damaging new regulations

14 Aug 08 - Responding to various new scientific reports questioning the concept of global warming, Assemblyman Michael Doherty today called on Governor Corzine to hold off on proposing any new regulations associated with the state’s Global Warming Response Act and urged the Legislature to repeal that act when it returns to legislative business after Labor Day.

“There are many credible members of the scientific community who have questioned the theory of global warming, and now we have some scientists actually suggesting the earth’s temperatures may be entering a period of dramatic cooling,” said Doherty, R-Warren and Hunterdon. “With this growing level of scientific uncertainty, it makes no sense to enact a new set of economically damaging regulations prompted by the global warming hysteria of recent years.”

Earlier this year, John Coleman, the founder of The Weather Channel, stated that manmade global warming is “the greatest scam in history,” adding, “I am amazed, appalled and highly offended by it. Global Warming; It is a scam.” Coleman said the theory of global warming is based on fraudulent science.

http://www.politickernj.com/bguhl/22291/doherty-new-scientific-data-justifies-repealing-global-warming-response-act

Thanks to Philip Brennan, Benjamin Napier and Lance Stinson, for this link



 

 

 

20 Aug 08 - The almanac's 2009 edition says at least two-thirds of the country can expect colder than average temperatures, with only the Far West and Southeast in line for near-normal readings.

"This is going to be catastrophic for millions of people," said almanac editor Peter Geiger, noting that the frigid forecast combined with high prices for heating fuel is sure to compound problems households will face in keeping warm.

The almanac's winter forecast is at odds with that of the National Weather Service, which calls for warmer than normal temperatures over much of the country, including Alaska.

See entire article:
http://news.mainetoday.com/updates/031815.html
Thanks to Tom Weatherby, Steve Hollar, Marc Morano and Benjamin Napier for this link

 



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