White House tries rebranding global warming


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Rather than address the many questions people have about climate research (questionable research, unclear data, corrupt scientists), the White House has come up with a much better approach: Change the name of “global warming” to “global climate disruption.” Now, doesn’t that explain everything?

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  • Chris L.

    I started questioning the whole AGW idea when global warming advocates started calling it “climate change”. It smelled a bit too much like PR (as in propaganda) and made any change in climate (what we used to call weather) “proof” they are right. At that point, AGW became an unfalsifiable hypothesis.

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