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Re: Science Magazine: "Carbon Trading...Big Step Toward Cooling the Greenhouse"
How 'bout it, instant science guys? Why would our leading scientific journals say that Carbon Trading is a "big step toward cooling the greenhouse," if it will have no effect, since the whooooole problem is a matter of sunspots?
Why would the peer reviewed journals all make the same mistake, with only politically conservative football bulletin board commentators able to discern the right view of this????
Why exactly is that? And how do you guys always end up crying in the wilderness, outside the "establishment" on every issue?
Or, as we say if it's somebody in the center or on the left... always "wrong"?