Climate Change Hoax

Greatest Hoax of the 21st Century! 98% Scientists DO NOT Believe in Man-Made Climate Change!

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Global warming is a leftist myth and now we all know it!

Turns out that the high percentage of people that believe in global warming is based off of an inconsequential number.

You can say 90% in order to be more impactful, but 90% of ten people doesn’t really matter on a world wide scale does it?

Liberal politicians always skew information to make it seem like what they say is true but in reality, it’s not.

Via:

Climate Change activists from Al Gore down have been saying for almost a decade that 98% of the Scientific community believe in man-made climate change.

But what they fail to tell you is that 98% comes from an equation of only 75 out of 77 climate change scientists.

Imagine that! Al Gore lied, and he knows he lied!

The 98% lie comes from a 2009 American Geophysical Union (AGU) survey consisting of an intentionally brief two-minute, two question online survey sent to 10,257 earth scientists by two researchers at the University of Illinois.

The widely used survey was sent to only 10,000 scientists, 3,000 came back and only 77 peer-reviewed climate scientists participated!

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2 Comments

  1. Dutchuncle

    February 11, 2017 at 6:30 am

    Facts are, the “98%” of the scientist on the list supporting this FARCE were put there undenounced to them. This first “Global Warming Seminar” was held and these Scientists just wanted to hear what this was all about. Signing in on the register books they had NO idea that their names would go down as Supporters and NOT just attendees. Since then most all of the scientist that had their name MIS– USED have been in a law suit to have them REMOVED but the liberal courts and biased judiciary refuses to hear the case. hence. they are now “Supporters”.

  2. Debra Heston

    February 11, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    Take it up the courts. It is not always as expensive as people think.
    Supreme Court is not that expensive if asking for a summary judgement on a simple brief.
    ….Though you could be in line for a year.

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