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Scientists call on UN Climate leaders 
to renounce Global Warming claims 
and 'devastating policies'

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14 April 08 - The UN's Climate Committee leadership and policies were today challenged by four scientists, including one Nobel Peace Prize winner, from around the world to admit that CO2 does not drive the climate, and to renounce the theory and associated 'devastating policies' which are weakening the world economy and increasing food shortages and destruction of forest across the planet.
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Graph by Joseph D’Aleo, Certified Consultant Meteorologist, Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), and Executive Director Icecap.us

Their bombshell letter includes a graph by Joseph D’Aleo, (Certified Consultant Meteorologist, Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), and Executive Director Icecap.us) based entirely on official figures which shows that while CO2 has risen dramatically for the last ten years world temperatures have been falling contrary to the UN (IPCC) predictions

The writers directly challenge the IPCC to produce observational evidence for the UN's CO2 driven Global Warming theories which are now being used to justify anti-CO2 measures and taxes all over the world: "If you believe there is evidence of the CO2 driver theory in the available data please present a graph of it" the scientists challenge.

http://www.ilovemycarbondioxide.com/letters/IPCC_letter_14April08.pdf





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