Climate Change Myths Debunked - Greenhouse Gases
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   Myths Debunked

Many myths are quoted as facts by the media, politicians and the administration. We provide information below to debunk many of the myths.

Pollutions Myths
Of all the myths quoted, calling carbon dioxide a pollutant is the worst - it simply is not true!


Empirical / Tests Myths
The key test of a hypothesis is whether it can stand up to real world observations. Real observations reveal that the "CO2 is a major cause of global climate change" hypotheses is FALSE!


Health & Nutrition Myths
Earth has become slightly warmer, just as it has alternated between warmer and cooler for time immemorial - last year, last century or the last 500 million years, one observation stands out - the plant and animal kingdoms thrive better when Earth is warmer.


Miscellaneous Myths
Charges that more CO2 is harmful and causes global warming come from all directions. Check out a few more below.



** For additional peer-reviewed scientific references and an in-depth discussion of the science supporting our position, please visit Climate Change Reconsidered: The Report of the Nongovernmental Planel on Climate Change (, or CO2 Science (

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