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I support this initiative 100%. Of great importance to save the arctic.
Shared The Gold Label here on my blog. The historically influenced outfits captivates.
Even James Lovelock acknowledged that we really do not understand climate:
I am struggling to understand how an artist can be free from the propaganda which is based on exaggerated or pseudo-scientific claims. To be free from such propaganda one should be capable of following scientific debates and it is not that simple. There are more than 1000 prominent scientists who voiced their concern over exaggerated clime of global warming (http://cfact.org/pdf/2010_Senate_Minority_Report.pdf)
Can an artist become a scientist and look at the scientific arguments?
Can an artist become a statistician and read http://climateaudit.org/ and examine both sides of the climate debates?
If you are taking one side of the argument without even being capable to understand the essence of the debate, then who is that who needs to be liberated from propaganda?
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