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Science in the Service of Ideology: The National Climate Assessment

May 31, 2013

Heartland Policy Advisor Norman Rogers discusses the junk science that passes for science in the debate over global warming (alias climate change).

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Heartland Policy Advisor Norman Rogers discusses the junk science that passes for science in the debate over global warming (alias climate change). About the recently released National Climate Assessment, he notes:

[A] National Climate Assessment document has been released in draft form by the climate bureaucracy in Washington. The document was vetted by a federal advisory committee stacked with global warming promoters; it is 1,100 pages long and mostly lacks serious justifications for its broad claims.

 

Author
Norman Rogers is a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute, speaking and sometimes writing on the topic of global warming. He divides his time between residences in Chicago and Florida.
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