Tuesday, 17 February 2009

At Last A Moonwalker Agrees With Me!

Harrison Schmitt,

who walked on the moon and once served New Mexico in the U.S. Senate, doesn’t believe that humans are causing global warming, "I don’t think the human effect is significant compared to the natural effect," said Schmitt, what a brave fellow for agreeing with me about the biggest con in human history,

Schmitt contends that scientists "are being intimidated" if they disagree with the idea that burning fossil fuels has increased carbon dioxide levels, temperatures and sea levels.

"They’ve seen too many of their colleagues lose grant funding when they haven’t gone along with the so-called political consensus that we’re in a human-caused global warming," Schmitt said,

Schmitt, who grew up in Silver City and now lives in Albuquerque, has a science degree from the California Institute of Technology, he also studied geology at the University of Oslo in Norway and took a doctorate in geology from Harvard University in 1964, in 1972, he was one of the last men to walk on the moon as part of the Apollo 17 mission, once again what a brave fellow.

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