“Out of 925 recent articles in peer reviewed scientific journals about global warming, there is no disagreement. Zero."
"Since the 1990s, 57% of articles in newspapers and magazines press question the evidence of global warming."
So Al Gore enlightened us in "An Inconvenient Truth".
There's no ambiguity there. The issue of Global Warming is being repositioned to the public as a debate, through the PR of corporations with vested interests.
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Yesterday, Chrysler's chief economist Van Jolissaint attacked European attitudes to global warming, describing climate change as "way, way in the future, with a high degree of uncertainty".
"Europe seems to take a political position that some people might describe, not me of course, that some people might describe as quasi-hysterical, that the sky is falling."
"We think they should deal with it in a step-by-step, rational way and not play much Chicken Little."
BBC Online reported that Mr Jolissaint was speaking at a private breakfast at the Detroit Motor Show where the chief economists of the "Big Three" US car firms presented their forecasts for auto industry sales this year. Most of the audience - which was mainly made up of parts suppliers - apparently nodded in agreement with Mr Jolissaint.
Still question it?
ps It's Chicken Lickin Mr Jolissaint, not Chicken Little. Chicken Little doesn't rhyme. It's Henny Penny, Foxy Loxy, Cocky Locky, Turkey Lurkey, Loosey Goosey, Holey Moley and Chicken Licken.