Where is the opposing view on global warming?

Dear Editor:

On Tuesday, Jan. 25, I attended “Science Night” at Anoka Ramsey
Community College in Cambridge. Will Steger was the guest speaker on
the topic of global-warming.

Dear Editor:

On Tuesday, Jan. 25, I attended “Science Night” at Anoka Ramsey Community College in Cambridge. Will Steger was the guest speaker on the topic of global-warming.

The week before this event, I called ARCC and talked to one of the science teachers. I asked her if they would be giving a “Science Night” for the other side of this story, for people to present their evidence that global-warming, if there is any, is not man-made. I was told by this teacher there is no evidence to support this view. Wow. Talk about close minded. And from a science teacher.

Does she really think the earth’s temperature should never change? What happened to the glaciers that covered Minnesota? They melted before we had coal fired electric plants or SUVs.

Will Steger seemed like a nice guy, but he was way short on evidence. A lot of pictures of ice melting doesn’t prove that it’s caused by humans. Remember all those leaked emails from the global-warming scientists talking about adding numbers to hide the decline in global temperatures?

There was a very short question and answer session after the presentation in which Mr. Steger answered two easy global-warming questions and three questions about his expeditions. I suppose it had to be short, or he would have gotten tough questions, and that might cut into his book selling time. It’s funny how everybody preaching about global-warming is making money off of it, for example, Al Gore.

It seems to me if a taxpayer funded public college has the time and money for this seminar, they could also come up with the time and money to present the opposing view, in the interest of science and the tax-paying public.

Glenn Kampa

Isanti

 

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