by Linda Bowles in WorldNetDaily
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Richard S. Lindzen, professor of meteorology at MIT, was one of the 11 scientists who prepared the NAS report. He wrote in a Wall Street Journal editorial that the full report (as opposed to the summary report) made it clear "there is no consensus, unanimous or otherwise, about long-term climate trends and what causes them." In effect, the mainstream media got it wrong.
In his book "Global Greens," James M. Sheehan cites a cogent question asked by Canadian journalist Elaine Dewar: "How do you persuade (citizens in democracies) to give up sovereign national powers? How do you make them hand over power to supranational institutions they cannot affect, control or remove? You make it seem as if this will serve their best interests. You terrify them with the grave dangers national governments cannot protect them from."