Registered On: December 24, 2013
This is what I said, BRI:
“If you look at all the research done on this issue, including the Dynata study, what you’ll see is that huge numbers of people do not believe that man-made climate change is real. Yet according to you geniuses on here I’m in a tiny minority.”
Quite why you feel the need to keep justifying what you’re saying is beyond me. If you think that 10% of a population, 5% even, is a “tiny minority” then I suggest your prejudice is somewhat greater than mine.
The facts are very straightforward. Millions of people in the UK do not believe in man-made climate change and millions of people in the UK do not believe it’s anything like the problem being claimed.
What’s also interesting about the use of percentages is the “97% of scientists” rubbish that man-made global warming believers insist upon. Even if there were any basis to this nonsensical claim that would still leave a lot of scientists who do not agree. Imagine if 97% of scientists believed the sun goes around the earth. Would that make the theory correct? Is that really the best that climate science can do?