"It is shocking children are being indoctrinated with such nonsense"

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Then again, would you leave your children in the hands of, the Australian “climate expert” who says that global warming stopped in 1998?
Carter, in criticizing the Aussie Ministry for the Environment, said this:

“Since 1998, average global temperature has not increased at all, despite the continuing steady increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide.”

And the attached graph proves that, on that narrow point, he’s right.
He goes on, per the headline, to say that it is shocking children are being indoctrinated with such nonsense – and I have to admit, the term shocking nonsense has a certain ring of truth to it as well.

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