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Writer sides with Ben Arnold on climate change

Jon Halsey writes:
Thank you, Dr. Arnold. However, it seems to be that "Global Warming" has caused quite a bit of heat increase. At least in the rhetoric which is definitely way overheated. I must admit, I have a high amount of esteem for those few scientists who attempt to present verified data and are willing to "take the heat" for going against those who are wont to rely on man made models whose forecasts have yet to approximate any resemblance to subsequent reality. - Jon Halsey
Comments re article 92707 Dr Arnold challenges Pope's position on climate change skeptics



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