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3% of Scientific Papers Deny Climate Change — and Evidence Shows They Are Flawed

Futurism Wednesday, 13 September 2017
3% of Scientific Papers Deny Climate Change — and Evidence Shows They Are FlawedIt's long since been established that 97 percent of scientific studies support the idea that humans have a tangible impact on global warming. Now, the legitimacy of the other 3 percent of studies is being called into question.

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News video: Trump’s Choice To Head NASA Doesn’t Believe Humans Contribute To Climate Change

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President Donald Trump's choice for NASA's next chief has been met with strong opposition from both the scientific and political communities. Opponents argue that Rep. Jim Bridenstine is a poor choice for the NASA administrator job based on his political background, lack of scientific credentials,...

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