Editor's Note: After last night's AC360°, we heard from many of you about abortion and climate change. Some feel that the abortion segment would have been more useful if the background wasn’t an empty, sterile room. Thanks were heard for the explanation behind the climate control hacked emails and more questions were raised about the email controversy. What do you think?
Thank you for explaining the truth behind the CRU emails. I am so sick of the sound bite treatment of a few choice quotes without any analysis or explanation. Many of these emails use jargon from the scientific community that most people are not familiar with, and thus the misinterpretation of them by the public is inevitable.
First I enjoy your show very much. I am wondering why no one in the media wants to investigate the person or persons who did the "hacking" of the climate research e-mails you and Campbell Brown are reporting on. Doesn't it seem like it is a case of deliberately trying to vandalize the world climate talks in Copenhagen by releasing the e-mail at this time? Couldn't there be a right wing conspiracy to attempt to cast doubt on climate theory by mounting a propaganda campaign to go along with the "hacked" e-mails. Why don't you investigate that??? Again I enjoy your show, but I think you should look into the other side of this issue.
On your show tonight, in the discussion of scientific fraud regarding global warming, John Roberts stressed that the people he talked to still had "faith in the science" of global warming. Science is science, not faith. Anyone who is going by faith is not being scientific about things. "Trust us" isn't good enough.
Like the show, but regarding climate change, all that argument over the emails is a waste of time. If you want to look at the effects of global warming, view satellite images of Greenland today and compare them to images taken 20 years ago. Pretty obvious.
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