32,000 is the number of scientists who question the ‘’consensus’’ on global warming. And this is only in America.
You can read their names and all about their petition project at: petition project
We don’t pretend to have the knowledge and expertise to examine the science and establish the ‘’truth’’ about global warming. But we do possess enough logic to acknowledge that 32,000 dissenters can’t possibly all be wrong. We also possess enough intelligence to concede that scientific theories are not the unassailable truth and that’s why honest scientists always remain open to discussion and healthy skepticism. Not the global warming propagandists, it appears! That unwillingness to discuss alone should be enough reason to doubt their intentions.
C.A.G.E. salutes those scientists who dared speak out on what they feel is far from settled in reference to global warming and hopes that more will join them in their efforts to make their views heard. Honest debate must be restored so that we as citizens can once again put our trust in the scientific community and their expert opinions. Our future and well-being depend on it.
Excerpts of: 32,000 deniers (National Post)
Question: How many scientists does it take to establish that a consensus does not exist on global warming? The quest to establish that the science is not settled on climate change began before most people had even heard of global warming.
Like the Heidelberg Appeal, the Oregon petition was blown away. But now it is blowing back. Original signatories to the petition and others, outraged at Kyoto’s corruption of science, wrote to the Oregon Institute and its director, Arthur Robinson, asking that the petition be brought back.
“E-mails started coming in every day,” he explained. “And they kept coming. “ The writers were outraged at the way Al Gore and company were abusing the science to their own ends. “We decided to do the survey again.”
Why go to this immense effort all over again, when the press might well ignore the tens of thousands of scientists who are standing up against global warming alarmism? “I hope the general public will become aware that there is no consensus on global warming,” he says, “and I hope that scientists who have been reluctant to speak up will now do so, knowing that they aren’t alone.”At one level, Robinson, a PhD scientist himself, recoils at his petition. Science shouldn’t be done by poll, he explains. “The numbers shouldn’t matter. But if they want warm bodies, we have them.” Some 32,000 scientists is more than the number of environmentalists that descended on Rio in 1992. Is this enough to establish that the science is not settled on global warming?