Wednesday, November 29, 2006

10,000 Scientists Can't Be Wrong

EPA employees are calling on the U.S. Congress to act on Global Warming now, according to a petition released today by the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER):

The petition stresses that time is running out to prevent cataclysmic environmental changes induced by human-caused pollution and urges Congress to undertake prompt actions:

“If we wait, we will be committing the next generation of Americans to approximately double the current global warming concentrations, with the associated adverse impacts on human health and the environment.”

These, by the way, are all real scientists, not like the alleged 20,000 signatories of the Oregon Petition, which contained obviously fake names, corporate names, duplicate names, and the names of a couple of Spice Girls.

As usual, h/t to DeSmogBlog.

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