Top Ten 'Global-Warming' Myths

February 2007
Human Events;2/19/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p10
The author comments on myths related to global warming. On the issue that glaciers are melting, he claims that the melting is selective. He asserts that the rise in sea levels is not due to global warming because sea levels do rise during interglacial periods. He stresses that climate and weather patterns have always changed, and they will always will.


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