Love Your Opinion; Any Facts to Back it Up?

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This letter to the editor of the Canada Free Press website came in response to a piece from Dr. Tim Ball. The writer says:

I read many of your articles on Canada Free Press and made a donation to NRSP.

“It would be great if there was somewhere you footnoted or documented your articles, like “Global Warming: The Cold, Hard Facts?” I am constantly in arguments with everyone I know about this issue and I would like to site to the science, articles, or to graphs and charts that support the statements and positions you take.”

It makes you wonder why the guy sends money if he (like us) is not convinced that Ball has any science to back up his religious (or industrial) conviction that climate change is no worries.

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