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7 Global Warming Hoax Theories From Across World

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There is no shortage of scientific debate about global warming, and some climate change skeptics have called man-made global warming a hoax. Here are seven global warming hoax theories from across the world.

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Northern Ireland. Sammy Wilson, Northern Ireland’s environment minister, maintains that environmentalism is a "hysterical semi-religion” in an article in The Guardian. Climate change is natural and "beyond our control", Wilson writes, so "resources should be used to adapt to the consequences of climate change. it."

Czech Republic. Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic, told the U.S. Congress that "manmade climate change has become one of the most dangerous arguments aimed at distorting human efforts and public policies in the whole world … Communism was replaced by the threat of ambitious environmentalism." In 2012, Klaus wrote in The Financial Post that climate change is not caused by human activity but by “long-term exogenous and endogenous natural processes.. beyond any human control.”

Great Britain. Climate skeptic Martin Durkin of Britain’s Channel 4 news directed and produced “The Great Global Warming Swindle,” a documentary that connects the global warming scientific community to flawed models and research, political bias, scientific censorship and a failed peer review process.

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Sweden. Professor Nils-Axel Morner is an international authority on sea levels and calls reports of sea levels rising due to global warming a “grave, unethical sea-level gate.” Morner said the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change uses modeling, rather than observation, to determine sea levels, which is faulty science. Morner writes for the Science and Public Policy Institute that sea levels are not rising, and that fact alone renders “baseless” concerns about shore-dwellers all over the world being displaced because of rising sea levels.

New Zealand. Geologist and climatologist Dr. Gerrit J. van der Lingen cites scientific indications supporting a period of global cooling and a sun that “has become very quiet” over the past 17 years.

Australia. Dr. John Reid, a retired Australian physicist calls climate modeling a “far-from-settled science.” Reid writes in Quadrant Online that the flaws are magnified when “you consider that massive heat sources on the ocean floor have been entirely omitted from the warmists' calculations." Reid says models used by IPCC ignore “subaqueous volcanism,” the intermittent and random eruption of oceanic volcanoes, and their role in warming waters.

United States. Dr. Don J. Easterbrook is a researcher from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington, Easterbrook writes emphatically that the West Antarctic ice sheet is not collapsing, as scientists are widely reporting. Easterbrook says the retreat of the Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers is not caused by global warming and that sea levels are not rising.

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