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Chambliss on Benghazi Hearing: ‘So Obvious’ It Was a Terrorist Attack

Lance852 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:29 PM
Another lie claims that there is a consensus among climate scientists that a known man-made global warming crisis exists. Official statements to the contrary presented by more than 650 international climate-related experts who presented contrary official testimony recorded in a 2008 U.S. Senate minority report suggest otherwise. So do petitions signed by more than 30,000 scientists that have challenged IPCC's 1995 procedures and report representations. Those circumstances prompted Dr. Frederick Seitz, former president of the U.S. Academy of Sciences, the American Physical Society, and Rockefeller University to write in The Wall Street Journal: "I have never witnessed a more disturbing corruption of the peer review process than events that
Networker Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:33 PM
No one cares if you believe in global warming or not. Most do and they're the ones in charge, making change, and moving on from this years old argument. While you waste time posing on TH where no one will read it, real people in charge are making a difference.
scrow Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:27 PM
"While you waste time posing (sikc) on TH where no one will read it,"

He said, reading it.
Lance852 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:30 PM
"I have never witnessed a more disturbing corruption of the peer review process than events that led to this IPCC report."

Lawmakers on intelligence committees met behind closed doors today to get a more detailed account of what happened during the September 11th attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, which left four Americans dead.

In closed-door sessions, lawmakers got their most comprehensive account to date of what happened on the ground in Benghazi on September 11, a senior intelligence official told CNN. They also heard an explanation as to what U.S. officials were doing behind the scenes to respond, the official said, adding that the presentation would clarify some mischaracterizations about the nature of the attack.

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