BUENOS AIRES, Oct 29 (LSN) – The upcoming global warming talks in Buenos Aires, which are slated to push Kyoto treaty goals, are only days away (November 2-13), and renowned environmental scientists have released data disputing the claims of environmentalist extremists. Dr. Fred Singer, Ph.D., former Director, United States Weather Satellite Service; former Professor of Environmental Science of the University of Virginia; former Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency,  and currently the head of the Science and Environmental Policy Project disputes global warming pundits.  In a press release by the National Center for Public Policy Research, Singer noted that after two unsuccessful attempts to discredit satellite data showing that the earth is cooling slightly, global warming theorists have embarked on a third attempt also doomed to failure. For more information contact Dr. Singer at 703/934-6940 or [email protected]


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