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Where does it say this? Usually, the denialist sites associated with actual scientists (albeit ones pushing a denialist agenda) are a little more advanced and sophisticated in their denialism.

Nebuchadnezzar (talk)16:57, 22 June 2014

Also, I have created a page for Friends of Science if you wish to add to it.

Nebuchadnezzar (talk)17:07, 22 June 2014
 

Here - the simple fact is that the sun has precious little to do with climate change. Well, it can affect the climate, but it's only one component. It's the main driver behind the fact at the planet isn't a frozen ball of rock, but that in itself says nothing.

Scarlet A.pngDon't click here13:05, 23 June 2014

Oh I see. I thought you were referring to a talking point I've seen before that goes along the lines of "the ocean is absorbing heat therefore global warming isn't happening!" I noticed they also have a CO2 is Green-style page. Don't worry, global warming is good for you because Vikings!

Nebuchadnezzar (talk)15:14, 25 June 2014