Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Climate Change Skeptics Congregate

According to The Age, global warming sceptics will gather in Canberra [Australia] today for the release of a book by Ray Evans Called Nine Facts About Climate Change, the book elaborates on the nearly ubiquitous attack that "Environmentalism is the new religion."

"Environmentalism has largely superseded Christianity as the religion of the upper classes in Europe and to a lesser extent in the United States," Mr Evans claims in his book.
"It is a form of religious belief which fosters a sense of moral superiority in the believer, but which places no importance on telling the truth," he says.
"The global warming scam has been, arguably, the most extraordinary example of scientific fraud in the postwar period."
The event has been put togehter by the Lavoisier Group, founded in 2000 by Ray Evans and fellow former mining executive Hugh Morgan to test claims that global warming is the result of human activity.
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