The Truth About Global Warming – Again

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This headline – “The truth about global warming” – is one of the biggest hit grabbers on Google: people want to know.

In such circumstances, woe betide the ones who wind up on Susan Shelley’s blogpost, which begins with an interesting piece of science and concludes with an encouragement that we all ignore the unprecedented scope of human impact on the earth’s climate – and watch football. Scary.

Again, if you really want to know “the truth about climate change,” click on the link above: “Is climate change real?” You will find there the work of legitimate experts. Accept nothing less. 

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