This time it's the highly respected Royal Society in the UK. British numbers on carbon dioxide are wrong. Royal Society grossly exaggerates impact of CO2
"The Royal Society advises the British government on matters concerning climate change. Due to the scale of the error any forthcoming review will necessarily result in a substantial downward revision of the threat posed by CO2 in the official government numbers".
http://www.suite101.com/content/royal-s … or-a296746
How much more evidence do we need that it's a politically motivated scam? Don't fall for it!
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