2 thoughts on “Congressional Climate Deniers Represent 63% of Americans”

  1. To resolve this issue the following message was sent to the President of American Geophysical Union on “Solar energy”


    “I learned from Greg at 1-800-966-2481 that the Spring Annual AGU Meetings in Washington, DC have been cancelled. He suggested that I try to find an appropriate site to present information on “Solar energy” at another AGU meeting.

    Since the late Dr. D. Sabu and I encountered very strange and unethical opposition to our attempt to present this information at the Spring Annual AGU Meeting in Washington, DC in April 1976, I suggest that you and the President of NAS agree on a time and place for your members to publicly receive and publicly respond to the precise experimental data and observations that indicate the core of the Sun is the pulsar remnant of the supernova that made our elements, birthed the solar system 5 Ga ago, and still sustains every atom, live and planet in the solar system.

    If told in advance, I can be available almost any time and any place to resolve a matter that is vital to the very survival and advancement of humanity.”

    The Presidential campaign and election have made AGW believers aware of the danger of just ignoring evidence presented by AGW doubters.

    It is now the best interest of everyone to resolve differences of opinion peacefully and get on with the important task of providing energy for the poorest members of society.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

  2. Does the fact that the climate skeptics in Congress represent 63% of all U.S. citizens mean that the claim that “a majority of our citizens are in favor of climate control actions”, is false?

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