Stop spreading the global-warming myth
Ryan Summerlin December 11, 2012
I read Scott Condon’s fact-lacking article, “Study shows warming’s threat to skiing” – “Aspen Skiing Co. exec says industry must take on a role in shaping national policy” (Dec. 7, The Aspen Times).
There is no man-caused global climate change. There is no proof; there is no hockey stick; there is no science to support it. Please follow this link to the most recent story pointing to the fraud that man-caused global climate change is – http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/12/01/18-annual-climate-gabfests-16-years-without-warming.
As the article points out, “The Oops! problem is this. For the past 16 of the 18-year series of annual hot-air sessions about hot air, the world’s hot air has not gotten hotter. There has been no global warming. At all. Zilch. Nada. Zip. Bupkis.”
Please stop perpetuating this fraud as news, and stop promoting high-cost solutions to warming that doesn’t exist in your articles and editorials. And if you and Condon want more links to more stories with peer review, again singling out the fraud in the global-warming movement, I will send them to you.