Environmental extremists claim that a consensus of scientists agree that humans arc causing climate change that will cause catastrophic damage to the planet if we do not immediately enact laws and practices to stop it. But those who believe this cannot explain scientific reasons to support it. Infact, the science does not support it-not the human-caused part, not the catastrophic damage part, and especially not the assertion that most scientists agree with it. The claim that humans are causing catastrophic climate change is a hoax.The Climate Change Hoax Argument reveals and discusses the history of the hoax and the science that refutes it. Hundreds of renowned scientistsfrom around the world dispute the claims of the IPCC that human-caused climate change is an existential threat to the world. Here are three such statements:[C]urrent alarm over carbon dioxide is mistaken. . . Fears about man made global warming are unwarranted and are not based on good science.--Dr. Will Happer Professor at the Department of Physics at Princeton University and Former Director of Energy Research at the Dept. of EnergyThe IPCC's assertion of consensus in support of its AGW claim is really outrageous and unethical.--Dr. Brilliant AL Briggs, climate statistician and Assoc. Editor of Monthly Weather Review worst scientific scandal in ... history .... When people come to know what the truth is, they will feel deceived by science and scientists. --Dr. Kiminori Itoh, environmental physical chemist (Japan) Environmental extremists insist that fossil fuels are destroying the earth by emitting too much CO² into the atmosphere. But they are wrong. Scientific studies confirm that continued use of fossil fuels is not causing global warming; is not causing rising sea levels; is not causing extreme weather; and is not causing more droughts, floods, wildfires, hurricanes, or tornadoes.Science has exposed the climate change hoax.
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