Global Warming: An Inconvenient Truth or a Myth?

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Global Warming: An Inconvenient Truth or a Myth?
All of the current politically correct companies are now “going green.” This is in response to the noise being made about what has become a big issue in society: global warming. Ever since former Vice President Al Gore produced the documentary film “An Inconvenient Truth” and won, not only an Academy Award for his efforts, but a Nobel Prize, scientists and lay people have jumped on the global warming bandwagon. There is just one problem, however, and that is that global warming as an imminent danger may be a myth. This myth is being perpetuated not only by Gore and his stable of followers, but also by...
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