Physicists Cooling on Warming

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Physicists cooling on warming according to a report in World Net Daily 18 July 2008. A top physics group shows crack in warming 'consensus'. Physics and Society Editor Jeffrey Marque says there's a "considerable presence within the scientific community" of experts who don't agree with the IPCC's contention human-produced CO2 emissions likely are the primary cause of global warming that has occurred since the Industrial Revolution. The editor of Physics and Society, a newsletter of the American Physical Society, says that with his July issue he wants to kick off a debate concerning one of the main conclusions of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the IPCC. The IPCC was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize last year along with former Vice President Al Gore for sounding the alarm about alleged man-made global warming. Yesterday, in a speech at Constitution Hall in Washington, Gore challenged the U.S. to make a "man on the moon" effort to produce all of the country's electricity from renewable resources within 10 years. The American Physical Society represents more than 50,000 physicists.

Editorial comment: As we travel the world - our observation is there are few scientists who actually do believe in Global Warming Climate Change as it is preached by Governments, Greens and Gore-ites, but there are many scientists who are too scared for their careers to say so. (Ref. climate, politics, environmentalism)

Evidence News, 13 August 2008

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