Re: [asa] RE: The Great Global Warming Swindle

From: PvM <>
Date: Fri Mar 30 2007 - 11:50:15 EDT

From the document

<quote>On the face of it this documentary purports to provide evidence
that should convince the average rational adult that the true science
of climate change does not support a human contribution to the current
changes we are observing in the late 20th and early 21st century
global climate. However the documentary is filled with half-truths,
distortions, and misleading innuendo, all meant to discredit the
findings of mainstream climate science and to relieve us who live in
the developed world of any obligation to make changes in our
lifestyles that might address the needs of the earth. In what follows
I will try to set forth the some of scientific facts relevant to the
documentary as honestly and fairly as I can. In the interests of space
and time I can not address all of the issues the documentary raises -
although virtually every point it raises needs a balanced response -
but I will address six of the key contentions that were made:

Thank you for providing us with these resources as it help us
understand as scientists and as Christians the reliability of the
scientific arguments supporting global warming.

Well done
On 3/30/07, Kenneth Piers <> wrote:
> Friends: A couple of weeks ago I posted a series of responses to the British
> climate documentary to this group. If any of you find this document useful, I
> have now posted the it on my website. You can access it at:
> ken piers
> Ken Piers
> "We are by nature creatures of faith, as perhaps all creatures are; we live by
> counting on things that cannot be proved. As creatures of faith, we must choose
> either to be religious or superstitious, to believe in things that cannot be
> proved or to believe in things that can be disproved."
> Wendell Berry
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