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Social Media: Truth and Lies


Our founding fathers cited “self-evident” truths in the Declaration of Independence. Truth has a strong list of supporters predating that Declaration by millennia. Hindu and Buddhist scriptures hold truth in high regard. Judaism, Christianity and Islam, beginning with the Ten Commandments, mandate truthfulness. As Jesus said, “…the truth will make you free.”

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Science Is Never Settled, but Climate Change Science Is Reliable

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The IPCC is reliable, not infallible, and therein lies a problem. Data-collection technologies and analytical techniques constantly change. (Think PC updates!) These changes exacerbate uncertainties inherent in climate-change research. IPCC reports include uncertainties. Climate-change denialists undermine IPCC reports by exploiting uncertainties.

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