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Sun., Nov. 11, 2007, 8:09 p.m.

Global Warming a Scam?

John Coleman, the meteorologist who founded the weather channel, wrote a heavy handed article calling global warming a scam.

This is interesting that a major, respected scientist would go so solidly against such a majorly supported scientific "fact," so it's a fair assumption that there's some truth to it.

The only beef I have with his article is that there are no sources or specific examples of findings that prove global warming isn't so hot.

Either way, as much as I hate the politics that have gotten involved with global warming, as well as the fact that Gore won a nobel prize over someone more diserving with facts either exagurated or falsified, I kinda hope the global warming scare sticks around.

What else is going to motivate us to become less dependant on oil?

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