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Posted by on Dec 20, 2015 in 2016 Elections, 2016 Presidential Election, Environment, Politics, Science & Technology, Weather | 3 comments

Trump is leading the Republican party into dangerous game of climate change denial (Guest Voice)

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By Doug O’Malley In 1988, a presidential candidate argued that critics who said we’re powerless to act on the “greenhouse effect” had forgotten about the “White House effect.” A year later, a New Jersey governor issued an executive order calling on New Jersey to recognize the “scientific consensus” of climate change and prepare for rising sea‚Ķ

  • JIM SATTERFIELD

    The current GOP base loves their conspiracy theories including the one where all of the scientists who agree that mankind is the prime mover behind our current warming trend are either communists who want to use AGW as an excuse for giving government more power or greedy elitists who lie so they can make big money from research grants that they wouldn’t get if they dared to go against the majority viewpoint. Of course no scientist makes big bucks from research grants, few of them are political activists outside of telling the truth about their research and going against a majority viewpoint and successfully proving you’re right is one of the surest ways to make a big name for yourself in science.

  • Odd title for an article only mentioning Trump in one sentence. In reality, Trump is pandering. He most likely understands that man-made climate change is real, but that reality does not fit his marketing campaign. The real issue is people like Cruz who see science as evil and elitist.

    • Out of curiosity–when did the term, “Elitist” become synonymous with “evil”?

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