Views don’t reflect reality

Arthur Ooms and Tom Fletcher’s utter failure to come to grips with the climate change situation is truly incomprehensible

Arthur Ooms and Tom Fletcher’s utter failure to come to grips with the climate change situation is truly incomprehensible.

Whether it’s their inactive sense of logic, poor math ability or whomever is deliberately financing their unconventional view of climate change in order to keep spreading doubt, is shockingly irresponsible.  Cherry-picking a narrow fringe-study or two to represent the nay-sayer equation shows recklessness and indifference in the face of reams of data and world conferences suggesting otherwise (Tom Fletcher cited a single instance from the enormous NASA climate change website – really?).

For you, Arthur Ooms and Tom Fletcher, to suggest that the numerous research organizations have somehow managed to collectively “pull a fast one” over every United Nations governments is far beyond ridiculous.  Henceforth, any views by these guys I’ll consider bogus and completely untrustworthy.

Bryan Valiquette

Saanich

 

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