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The Myth of Dangerous Human-Caused Climate Change

  title={The Myth of Dangerous Human-Caused Climate Change},
  author={Robert M. Carter},
Human-caused global warming has become the environmental cause celebre of the early 21st century. The strong warming alarmist camp currently includes the United Nations, most Western governments, most of the free press, many large corporations (including Enron, before it failed), the major churches, most scientific organisations and a large portion of general public opinion. This phalanx of support notwithstanding there is no scientific consensus as to the danger of human-induced climate change… 
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