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Murdered on the Arctic by climate deniers (or Greenpeace maybe?)

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Murdered on the Arctic by climate deniers (or Greenpeace maybe?)

http://joannenova.com.au/2015/05/murdered-on-the-arctic-by-climate-deniers-or-greenpeace-maybe/

… and those with scientific evidence don’t need “names and addresses” instead. Eh? Two Dutch Arctic Ice researchers were sadly presumed lost last week. You, silly fool, may have thought it was an unfortunate accident in a dangerous profession. Not so, according to “Schatzie” they were viscously murdered by an unlikely cohort of Obama and at least 24 named “climate change deniers”. While “motive”, “means” and “opportunity” are a little thin on — premeditated intent is surely there: skeptics benefit from the PR storm about researchers dying on thin ice… oh wait. Anyway, those responsible for heating the planet are also all murderers, which pretty much narrows down the guilty to anyone who breathes, double for those who drive, and in the end, Mr Al Gore emits a lot of CO2, right? Indeed, blame the Pacific Ocean, it releases more carbon than even Al does. Schatzie is looking for names to add to her list. I ask you to submit the names of known (or even little known) climate change deniers and those responsible for heating up our precious planet. Who is responsible for heating up the planet? I dug deep to find the real culprits: All […]Rating: 10.0/10 (3 votes cast)

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