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Unread February 27th, 2009, 12:34 PM
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Cool Warming Cools

By Chelsea Schilling, World Net Daily, 2/26/09

"At the very moment President Obama is committing the U.S. to a leadership role in combating so-called 'global warming' and 'climate change,' scientists are breaking wiht the hypothesis that temperatures around the world are on a steady increase for the foreseeable future.

"A new report from Japan's Energy Commission reveals that Japanese scientists are rejecting U.N. and Western-backed theories of climate change.

"Three out of five researchers do not agree with the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's hypothesis that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are primarily responsible for warming patterns, the UK's Register reports.

"One scientist likened computer climate modeling to ancient astrology, while others criticized the U.S. for lacking ground temperature data to support its claims. Several contributor said the mid-20th century warming trend has ended.

"The Japan Society of Energy and Resources, or JSER, a government advisory panel, issued a report condemning worldwide pressure to accept "global warming" propaganda. Government-funded science in the West supports the idea that man-made industry is largely to blame for 'climate change,' but only one of the Japanese scientists agrees with that hypothesis."

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