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Better educated people reject CAGW alarmism

by thepariah on May 31, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

Yep, it has been confirmed by a US Government funded study, the MORE educated you are in science and math, the LESS you believe the scary propaganda. Of course the study authors do not say, hey, maybe the problem is that the scary stories are wrong, but that they need to scare ya in a different way using different people to scare you.




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