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CBS News – February 28, 2007
I have nothing but respect for the ancient ways of indigenous people on North America. This article is quite moving and very inspirational. The story of how Mr. Nattaq lost both of his feet to frostbite after a snowmobile accident should touch everyone that reads it.
I am not surprised that the warming trend of the recent couple decades has caused a change in the ice formation of the Arctic. I am not as easily convinced that this warming trend is the cause of mankind as this article portrays. The article gives no scientific evidence of mankind’s interference but does detail how the warming climate has affected the Inuit.READ MORE
Canada Free Press – March 3, 2007
This is an interesting article that is a little difficult to read in its original form. I hesitate to do this, but I feel compelled to insert the entire article here in this forum. I want to stress that I do not own the copyright to the following information – the copyright belongs to the original site and author as they have advertised on their site. I will only do this in rare situations where readability is more of an issue.
Senator Inhofe has made available his CPAC speech notes and PowerPoint presentation to the public. The science section notes below are only a sampling of the new developments since January 2007 refuting the media engineered ‘consensus’ on man-made global warming.]SENATOR JAMES INHOFE (R-Okla.)
Ranking Member Environment & Public Works Committee
MARCH 3, 2007 POWERPOINT SPEECH
TO CPAC IN WASHINGTON, DC