Another Instant Expert Challenges the Science

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Here’s a curious one: Bruno Wiskel – who claims to teach at the University of Alberta, but who is not listed anywhere on the U of A website – says that he has figured out a practical way to reduce the heating costs in his home by 90 per cent, but has decided it’s not necessary.
Wiskel says climate change has gone “from a science to a religion” and insists (as we’ve heard before) that the world’s best scientists are locked in a global conspiracy to fetch government research funding. Then he lays out a compelling argument at to why climate change is NOT happening. Well, actually, no he doesn’t. He offers no evidence, argument, research or credentials – and the Edmonton Sun laps it up.
Gosh this gets tedious.

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