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Money is not the main factor when it comes to pushing an agenda in the media. Surely the almost complete surrender of the media to Obama illustrates that quite well. It was the political colour of the media personnel and a few bucks from Oprah, Barbra and Sean.

Maybe the oil, coal and gas industries know they have nothing to worry about. The energy policies being proposed by the warmers would cause economic disaster. How much do you hear about biofuels these days? That was the fashionable catchphrase for a while, until everyone realised that using food for fuel would lead to mass starvation around the world. Even Gore has admitted that the ethanol craze was stupid. I wonder what else in his list of things we have to do is unsound. He is unlikely to admit to wind power not meeting our needs. He is too heavily invested in that industry. Although he insists his investment is to encourage the industry, not to make a profit from it.
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Scientists can't accurately predict everything because there are too many factors, as Bilbo has already stated but it is a fact that the Earth is warming at a faster rate. It will warm up at an even faster pace as the ocean absorbs less and less greenhouse gases because of potentially catastrophic changes in marine systems.
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Scientists can't accurately predict everything because there are too many factors, as Bilbo has already stated but it is a fact that the Earth is warming at a faster rate. It will warm up at an even faster pace as the ocean absorbs less and less greenhouse gases because of potentially catastrophic changes in marine systems.
Catastrophic changes in marine systems? Where does this prediction come from?
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