Mon, Jan 21st 2019
By Arnold Gore
In one of the most elaborate conspiracies to date, a group of scientists all over the world attempted to sow dissent and spread misinformation through a peer-reviewed channel, the journal Nature, about the causes and effects of global warming, now called climate change. The 'meta-study' claimed to have gathered opinions from 85% of the scientific community, including all realms of peer-reviewed science--the largest sample to date, if it had been true. They claimed to have interviewed scientists from fields of Paleoclimatology, Trans-primate Behavioral Economics, Biological Market Economics, and Underwater Basketweavery. THe results apparently showed a weak consensus on the nature causes, and effects of human-caused climate change, upturning the established concensus that climate change is, indeed, caused by humans.