1:00 AM Papers: Center plans anti-global warming curriculum Leaked documents point to behind-the-scenes efforts to spread doubt about global warming. The Associated Press
Heartland is one of the loudest voices denying man-made global warming, hosting the largest international scientific conference of skeptics on climate change.
David Wojick, a Virginia-based federal database contractor, said in an email that the document was accurate about his project to put curriculum materials in schools that promote climate skepticism.
The most sensational parts of the documents – and much of what has been confirmed independently – had to do with global warming and efforts to spread doubt about what mainstream scientists are saying. Experts long have thought Heartland and other groups were working to muddy the waters about global warming, said Harry Lambright, a Syracuse University public policy professor who specializes in environment, science and technology issues. ”Scientifically there is no controversy. Politically, there is a controversy because there are political interest groups making it a controversy,” Lambright said.
This should be investigated by the UN Committee For Non-Totalitarian Activities. US citizens questioning authority and making their voices heard? Completely unacceptable in the new Communist world order.