for those that still are under the delusion that global warming is man made

Prominent Scientist Fired By Gore Says Warming Alarm ‘Mistaken’  
11 More Scientists Join Senate Report of More Than 650 Dissenters  

WASHINGTON, DC – Award winning Princeton University Physicist Dr. Will Happer, who was reportedly fired by former Vice President Al Gore in 1993 for failing to adhere to Gore’s scientific views, has now declared man-made global warming fears “mistaken.”

“I am convinced that the current alarm over carbon dioxide is mistaken,” Happer, who has published over 200 scientific papers, told EPW on December 22, 2008



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  1. well, global warming is only half the problem regardless of whether or not its man made. What about when the world starts running out of oil. We are already witness to the wars that it starts. It will most likely not happen within my life time. But when it does, the people who live here wont have enough food to eat but what literally grows within walking distance. The US oil production capactiy peaked in December of 1970. Saudi Arabia is yet to peak. But when they do, watch out. Take a look at Hubbert\’s peak oil theory:, if you feel adventurous, watch this movie: this book:Confessions of an Economic Hit ManThen watch this movie:"The Oil Factor" – on NetflixView / watch these sources in the order I listed them. Then tell me what you think. Some are a bit alarmist. But the points they make are this:We will run out of oil.Us foreign policy is hugely impacted by oil since we produce less than 3 percent of the worlds oil while we consume 25 percent of it.Irag was a complete oil grab as it was our last chance to get our hands into the 2nd largest oil supply in the world before the middle east peaks.WMD we all know had nothing to do with it. Getting Saddam was just icing on the cake. We may not be getting any oil now, and still may not get any. But before this second Iraq war began, Saddam had converted his economy over to the Euro and had made huge oil deals with France and Russia and not at all with the US. It appears that Bush and his team saw the opportunity to go after Iraq as our only chance to disrupt these deals. Yah, I agree the war sucks and has cost us way too many lives and money. But we are way to addicted to our modern standard of living that is so heavily dependent on the supply of crude. Global warming is viewed as just a symptom of this addiction. Regardless of whether or not that is true, I believe the need to get off oil for the reasons mentioned in the sources cited above is a much larger problem. Let me know what you think.Talk to you later, – Ben

  2. Oh, the book I mentioned, – Confessions of an EHM – has nothing to do with Oil or Iraq specifically. It has everything to do with the reasons why the young men in underdeveloped countries have banded together in clandestine cell networks in an effort to kill us. No, I do not condone their views. Another good read is Phillip Bobbitt\’s "The Shield of Achillies." This one talks about how the concept of the nation state is in decay while the market state is on the rise. It also offers three forward looking viewpoints. The scary part is that none of these view points are all that desireable. Its the classic example of "pick your poison."- Ben

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