A new survey from the American Meteorological Society contains more bad news for global warming alarmist: people who actually get paid for accurately predicting weather are increasingly skeptical about whether global warming is man-made or natural or whether global warming is occurring at all.
The survey is the result of increasing tension amongst meteorologists regarding global warming.
“There has been tension in recent years among AMS members who hold different views on climate change,” explains the AMS in the introduction to the new report. “Some members have expressed that their views – which question the view that human-caused global warming was occurring – are treated with hostility within the AMS.”
Scientists? Bullying each other? Naaaaww.
The report found that only 37% of meteorologists who did not make a living by publishing papers supporting the theory that global warming is caused by human activity actually think that man-made global warming is real.
That is meteorologists who make a living predicting weather events are the ones least likely to believe the theories created by new found “climate science.”
The survey also found that of all meteorologists only a bare majority supported man-made global warming theory.
48 percent did not support man-made global warming theory.
The AMS sent out a survey to all meteorologists and got a return of 1854 responses.
The AMS says that the study finds that the more educated experts are about climate science, the more likely they are to believe that global warming is man-made.
But I say that the data just proves that the more dependent scientists are on believing global warming to be man-made in order to make a living through publishing, the more likely they are to believe global warming is man-made because that’s how they make their living.
Of 1821 meteorologist included in the survey, only 231 made a living publishing papers regarding man-made global warming theory. Yet they accounted for a larger share of meteorologists who believe in man-made global warming.
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