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Is Global Warming Real? No Way, According To These 7 Websites

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If you're looking for an answer to the question, "Is global warming real?" you'll find hundreds of websites online to help inform your opinion. Here are seven websites that say "no way."

1. Junkscience.com: Founded by environmental and public health consultant Steve Milloy, Junkscience.com is dedicated to debunking dubious scientific claims. An Oct. 7, 2014 blog post entitled “Warming Ain’t Happenin’” cites a Daily Mail story about how the depths of the ocean haven’t seen a temperature change since 2005. “If the oceans absorbed the warming, they would be expanding. Woops. No sea level rise to explain it,” the post reads.

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2. Cfact.org aims to promote a positive voice on environment and development issues. Co-founders David Rothbard and Craig Rucker say they founded CFACT (Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow) because they believed market forces combined with safe technologies could offer “practical solutions to many world problems.” An Oct. 7 blog post titled “UN Climate Protocols Would Ravage Nations” calls the protocols “voodoo science” and says the rules, with the backing of Pres. Obama, would end up killing millions worldwide.

3. PlantsNeedCO2.com is a not-for-profit corporation “on a mission to educate the public about the positive effects of additional atmospheric CO2” and to help prevent negative impacts to life on earth caused by CO2 reduction. The organization was founded by Leighton Steward, a geologist, environmentalist and former energy industry executive. Among top stories on the website is a blog blasting President Obama’s fuel efficiency plan that was announced in the summer of 2014. The plan “to tighten fuel efficiency for medium- and heavy-duty trucks is not good for the nation,” Steward wrote.  

4. WattsUpWithThat.com touts itself as the most viewed and well-known website on climate-related issues. Former television meteorologist Anthony Watts said he launched the website out of a sense of duty to inform the public about climate science from a skeptic’s perspective. An Oct. 8 blog post covers a new report showing that sea ice surrounding Antarctica reached a new record high in 2014.

5. ClimateDepot.com is run by global warming skeptic Marc Morano, a former communications director for the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee and senior aide, speechwriter, and climate researcher for Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK). The site calls itself “the most comprehensive information center on climate news and the related issues of environment and energy.” An Oct. 9 banner headline reads, “If only we could launch air strikes against climate change. This week in existential threats to our society” with a link to a story about climate science. 

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6. PetitionProject.org is dedicated to recruiting members of the scientific community who do not subscribe to conventional climate change wisdom. The website declares that more than 31,000 scientists have signed the petition. The home page reads: “We urge the United States government to reject the global warming agreement that was written in Kyoto, Japan in December, 1997, and any other similar proposals…. There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate….”

7. DailySignal.com is the digital first, multimedia news platform launched by the conservative think-tank The Heritage Foundation. The site employs a team of journalists and more than 100 public policy experts to “put issues into perspective.” The site’s energy section has numerous posts critical of the global warming community and the science behind it. On. Oct. 9, policy researcher Katie Tubb posted an article entitled, “Global Warming Plateau Turns 18.” The article notes that average global temperatures are not rising even though carbon dioxin emissions have increased. 

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