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The four biggest mistakes we're making in the climate change debate Comments

Recently, Catholic Online published a story on the expansion of Arctic sea ice, suggesting the expansion of the ice represents a setback for the strident global-warming alarmist community. However, upon cool review of the evidence, the conclusion may be premature. Continue Reading

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  1. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    Mistake number one...the earth is getting warmer.

    Mistake number two...being intimidated by the lib media, like catholic.org has, by reprinting the truth to a lie, even though they have graphic proof that Globull warming is a hoax.

  2. mememine69
    1 year ago


    Why are you remaining climate change believers saying a crisis will happen when science has never agreed or said a crisis WILL happen, just could happen? Stop fear mongering!

    Not one scientist has ever said this "threat to the planet" is inevitable or eventual, just possible and likely and.....

    You doomers should be wanting science to say it WILL happen to finally end this costly debate to "save the planet".


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