A new study by Yale University Professor Dan Kahan confirmed that skeptics of the controversial anthropogenic global-warming theory — or realists, as they often call themselves — know more about climate science than AGW theorists. The latest findings directly contradict the myths, or lies, put forward by AGW alarmists about the countless scientists and the majority of the public that does not accept their theory.
The warmists consistently label those who reject their climate alarmism as “deniers,” “anti-science,” and worse. In reality, however, Kahan’s study, set to be published in the journal Advances in Political Psychology, shows yet again that the skeptics are generally more familiar with the science and the evidence surrounding the climate than warming theorists. Other recent studies have found that skeptics know more about science generally, too.
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President Obama, the UN, the EPA, and radical enviro-activists intend to drastically curtail energy production and lock the planet into energy poverty at this year’s UN Climate Conference in Paris.
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Amidst super scandals showing massive temperature data fraud by global warming advocates, the United Nations has put forth a plan for its Paris climate summit later this year to shackle the planet with energy restrictions. The plan would inflict especially dire consequences on the world’s poor and middle classes.