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Democrat voting vegan greenie switches sides: ‘I now think there probably is no climate crisis’

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Democrat voting vegan greenie switches sides – True environmentalists are skeptics

http://joannenova.com.au/2015/10/democrat-voting-vegan-greenie-switches-sides-true-environmentalists-are-skeptics/

It’s another conversion. The real environmentalists will all end up on the skeptical side. Notably, the switch is never the other way. (Richard Muller, remember, was never a skeptic). The climate scare works through bullying and suppression, and once open-minded people find the other side there is no going back. What would it take to change your mind? David Siegel has written six books, four of which were international bestsellers. He’s a Democrat voter, and he wants to preserve the environment. He wants that so badly he actually cares about the data, the graphs, and the arguments. (He cares about the outcome, not just about whether he looks like an environmentalist.) When challenged to find evidence, he looked, and was surprised, then he looked more and was shocked. “As I learned more, I changed my mind. I now think there probably is no climate crisis and that the focus on CO2 takes funding and attention from critical environmental problems.”Which is a similar path to mine eight years ago. I was once a Green who believed in man-made global warming. Having studied both sides, he’s written up a very sharp page, condensing what he discovered, and with a personal narrative, plus […]Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)

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