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I don't see how that really matters raf, there are people on both ends who stand to benefit obviously.
On one hand you have - Al Gore and three of his Wall Street buddies planning to invest in the market for carbon offsets.
On the other - the oil industry.
Now which of these two groups do you think has slightly more money, influence, ability to twist the public debate?
Al Gore couldn't even get himself elected President after he won the election. Something tells me it's a bit of a stretch he could convince 90+% of the world's scientists into participating in some giant ponzi scheme.
The oil industry, on the other hand, is proven to have spent millions on disinformation about this subject. It's well documented and the agenda isn't a mystery.
- lol @ "Al Gore couldn't even get himself elected President after he won the election. "version3
- I think Global Warmers have more power. They have the US President, the EU, Nobel Commitee.raf
- also 90+% is a blatant stretchraf
- Oh right, the Nobel Committee, when will they end their reign of terror over the worldukit