Global Warming Conspiracy Theory

Global warming conspiracy theory is a collection of allegations that, through worldwide acts of professional and criminal misconduct, the science behind anthropogenic global warming has been invented and is being perpetuated for financial or ideological reasons. Proponents of such allegations refer to the scientific consensus as a "global warming hoax", or "global warming fraud".

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Global Warming Conspiracy Theory - Counterclaims of A Conspiracy To Undercut Climate Science
... Some investigators say there is evidence those alleging a conspiracy are themselves part of well-funded misinformation campaigns designed to 'manufacture controversy', undercut the scientific consensus ... say that individuals and organisations have kept the global warming debate alive long after most scientists had reached their conclusions, that these doubts have influenced ... doubters (they hate being called deniers) argued first that the world is not warming measurements indicating otherwise are flawed, they said ...
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... Meanwhile, a new music video, "The Global Warming Song," had become available on YouTube on June 29 ... People CD, is a broad exaggeration on the global warming topic, drawing inspiration from the concept of the Earth's temperature rising beyond control ... is purposely silly and plays on the fears of global warming ...

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