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Or how the fraud of global warming is disintegrating and falling apart. From a commentary by Margaret Wente in The Globe and Mail - via Tom Nelson:

Everybody knows there’s little or no connection between daily weather events and climate change (except when there’s a heat wave, a hurricane or some other natural disaster, in which case global warming is invariably to blame). Experts will tell you that our bitter winter weather proves nothing about climate change – that the world is still warming up at an alarming rate.

Well, maybe not so alarming. Global temperatures have now held steady for 16 years....

Many people say the risk of climate change is so great that we need to act now, because doing something is better than doing nothing. But that’s not always true. So far, global warming policies have probably done far more harm to the planet than global warming has. Climate change is still rather poorly understood. Climate policy is hard. We should be humble about what we know – and what we don’t.

Now bundle up.

Margaret, what good did you expect to come out of these global warming policies? This is the greatest fraud of all time for God's sake!

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