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"But while we recognize the occurrence of these natural, cyclical environmental trends, we can't say with assurance that man's activities cause weather changes."
"Carbon dioxide levels have continued to rise but global temperatures have flat-lined since 1997."
"Climate change's Pharisees reassure us that the global-warming science is still settled. Never mind recent revelations of gross misconduct on the part of Britain's Climatic Research Unit."
"CO2 after the turn of the century continued to increase. In fact, if anything slightly faster. Global temperature didn't. If anything, it decreased in the first decade of the 21st century."
"Doing “nothing” about climate change in the next 50 years has little effect on climate mitigation compared to initiating taxation now"
"Even if all of the climate science was accepted as good science, we still need to worry about the bad economics and bad policy analysis that had been used to leap from conclusions - to leap to conclusions about what should be done from that basis."
"First of all, the climate is always changing. That's not the fundamental question, the fundamental question is whether man-made activity is what's contributing most to it. I understand that people say there is a significant scientific consensus on that issue, but I've actually seen reasonable debate on that principle."
"Friis-Christensen and Lassen from 1991, shows that Northern Hemisphere land air temperature has been closely correlated with the 11-year sunspot cycle in the last 130 years."
"Global warming is 'unequivocal'? It's just flat not true!"
"I absolutely do not believe that the science of man-caused climate change is proven. Not by any stretch of the imagination."
"I believe we do not understand why the variation in sunspots affects the climate as much as it does. That is not understood."
"I do not say that [global warming] is man-made."
"I don’t know if the CO2 zealots are right, but I don’t care, because we can’t afford to do what they want to do. Unless you want to go broke, in which case the world isn’t going to be any greener. Poor nations are never green."
"I don’t think we have conclusive proof that humans are at the center of [global warming]"
"If [CO2 limits] had passed...do you think the economic damage created by that bill would have been worth the carbon emissions decrease it was estimated to have achieved?"
"If I’m wrong, we’ll know it in 50 years and can do something."
"It should be understood by anyone professing an interest in climatology that the object of study has been around longer than man and the climate here has varied radically in the last 40 million years."
"It's like when I see that the warmest period ever was in the '30s during -- and there were much lower CO2 levels. And then, as the glaciers retreat, there are big forests that we realize in the Middle Ages it was warmer than it was now."
"Like all the other errors in the IPCC report, including the infamous suggestion that all Himalayan glaciers would be gone by 2035 rather than 2350, this mistake exaggerates the potential warming. It is beyond coincidence that all these errors should be in the same direction.
"man's role is a part of global warming, that there are many other attributes or causes, and it is difficult to, kind of, unwind man's cause."
"My view is that we don’t know what’s causing climate change on this planet."
"No! This manmade global warming is not a crisis."
"Not all glaciers and ice caps are melting. While the Arctic ice, for example, has been decreasing in a real extent...Antarctic sea ice coverage has not"
"One hundred and fifty million years ago the carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere was almost ten times what its pre-industrial level was, and more than ten times the 180 ppm that carbon dioxide got down to during the ice ages of the last one million years."
"Our planet has warmed and cooled since the beginning of time."
"Pollution” they say ….. when carbon dioxide is the elixir of life, and the base of most of the food chains on our planet."
"Remember when Time magazine had on its cover warning about an epic period of global cooling in the 1970s?"
"Similarly, we have all heard the dire predictions on sea level rise, but once again the sea level rise has been observed to be decelerating, not accelerating as predicted "
"The contemporary 'climate crusade' has much in common with the medieval crusades."
"The definition of climate change consensus is now so fuzzy that leading climate change skeptics are categorizing themselves within the 97%."
"The Earth has been in a warming trend since the depth of the Little Ice Age around 1680. Human emissions of carbon dioxide were negligible before 1850 and have nearly all come after the Second World War, so human carbon dioxide cannot possibly have caused the trend."
"The entire globe has cooled quite a bit"
"The globe doesn't seem to be warming up very much"
"The greatest hoax I think that has been around for many, many years if not hundreds of years has been this hoax on the environment and global warming"
"The ice in the Antarctic is growing"
"The notion that human activity has an alarming influence on climate is based on Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports and spurious claims re scientific consensus"
"The science indicates that human activity is not the cause of all this global warming. And that in fact, nature is the cause, with solar flares, etc."
"The science is not settled on this. The idea that we would put Americans' economy at jeopardy based on scientific theory that's not settled yet to me is just nonsense."
"The science is now all-but-settled on global warming, convincing new evidence demonstrates, but Al Gore, the IPCC and other global warming doomsayers won’t be celebrating. The new findings point to cosmic rays and the sun — not human activities — as the dominant controller of climate on Earth."
"The sun itself has variable output, which affects temperature cycles."
"The truth is that CO2 is not a pollutant. "
"The weight of the evidence is that most of it, maybe all of it, is because of natural causes."
"There are benefits to more CO2 in the air, and probably to a little bit of warming"
"There are very few facts. There are a lot of theories."
"there is dispute over this claim that man is the cause of global warming."
"There is no problem with global warming. It stopped in 1998. The last two years of global cooling have erased nearly 30 years of temperature increase."
"They’re saying to us [that climate change is] going to be a big problem because it’s going to be warmer than it usually is; my farmers are going to say that’s a good thing since they’ll be able to grow more corn."
"This 97% of climate scientists accepting human-caused global warming, that doesn't mean anything. I named literally thousands of scientists and these were top people."
"Today we have about 388 parts per million in the atmosphere. I think in the age of dinosaurs, when we had the most flora and fauna, we were probably at 4,000 parts per million. There is a theological debate that this is a carbon-starved planet — not too much carbon."
"We are finding that the climate is not very sensitive to CO2 and those kind of gases"
"We now know that prominent scientists were so determined to advance the idea of human-made global warming that they worked together to hide contradictory temperature data."
"We should not persuade the world to impoverish itself by moving from relatively cheap carbon-based energy to much more expensive non-carbon energy."
"We’ve actually had global cooling in the last ten years"
"We're being asked to undermine America's economy based on this guesswork speculation"
"What we are really talking about is placing energy costs beyond the reach of the average middle?class American family."
"Whether carbon dioxide is quite the environmental villain that some people make it out to be is not yet proven."
"Would you trust data from individuals trying to "hide the decline"?"