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Climate, guilt & the left

Judy Weiss’ letter “Parents & kids, then & now” uses guilt to persuade people to change, a typical tactic used by the left to get people to go along with its destructive polices. Ms. Weiss wants us to believe all scientists (or at least a substantial majority) think global warming is real and humans are responsible. This is not true.

Many scientists who have been trying to refute the belief are not reported in most media. The founder of the Weather Channel recently stated that he thought “global warming” was a hoax, but he and others are largely ignored because the goal (socialism) is what’s important. Climate change is just the vehicle to get the policies passed. And it’s a good one, as the weather is often wild and wacky.

I have watched the weather all my life and it has taught me that weather and climate are cyclical. I think the climate-change proponents are getting louder and louder because they realize the cycle may be changing and going back to a cooler pattern and they’d better hurry up and get their policies passed before it becomes obvious they are wrong.

Jay Linn

Ross


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