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Green Liars – Part 1 of 3

February 17, 2010
Jon Christian Ryter

During the Bush-41 years British-born chemist Robert Watson, the head of NASA’s “Mission to Planet Earth,” program—like Al Gore, Jr., and Eugene TeSelle—was one of the early radical soothsayers of global warming during the mid-1980s. Watson grabbed Gore’s attention when, during the 1992 Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering and Technology Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine he said that the ozone crisis had reached such catastrophic levels that there was a genuine threat of an ozone hole in the atmosphere over Kennebunkport. Watson, who very much wanted to join the Clinton Administration, read Gore’s pseudoscience ecoalarmist book, Earth in the Balance from which his equally fictitious, Nobel Prize winning documentary, An Inconvenient Truth (which Britain’s equivalent to the US Supreme Court ruled it had to carry a warning label that the film was “…partisan political advocacy, not a factual representation of what was actually happening with the climate of the world” before it could be shown in any school in England) to make sure he was on the same page with the Vice President when they met for the first time.

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