The entire reason the CO2isLife website was created was to demonstrate that if the science behind climate change was ever presented in a court of law, it would easily be exposed as a fraud. The violation of common and widely accepted scientific, mathematical and statistical practices is so obvious even an uneducated jury would see right through it. When Al Gore’s movie “An Inconvenient Truth” was hauled in front of a UK Judge, it didn’t fair very well. Neither will the “science” being promoted by the alarmists.
The initial posts on this Blog were titled “Climate “Science” on Trial; The Forensic Files Exhibit A thru Z.” Many more followed, but the naming changed.
A collection of the Exhibits can be found on the “Smoking Gun” Post
Simply search this Blog for “Forensic File,” “Climate “Science” on Trial,” “Congress should Investigate,” and “How to Discuss Global Warming.”
If you know anyone working on the Trial, please forward them a link to this website. This Blog is a readymade prosecution of the field of climate “science.”
Unfortunately, this trial is being held in San Francisco, so it is doubtful the oil companies will be given a fair hearing. In anticipation of a show trial, Congress should have their own trial on “climate science.” Congress, after all, is who is spending all the money on this nonsense, and the taxpayers have a right to know what they are getting for their hard earned money.
If anyone knows this U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup, please send him a link to this website.
Federal court will hold first-ever hearing on climate change science
A federal judge in San Francisco has ordered parties in a landmark global warming lawsuit to hold what could be the first-ever U.S. court hearing on the science of climate change.
The proceeding, scheduled for March 21 by U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup, will feature lawyers for Exxon, BP, Chevron and other oil companies pitted against those for San Francisco and Oakland — California cities that have accused fossil fuel interests of covering up their role in contributing to global warming.
“This will be the closest that we have seen to a trial on climate science in the United States, to date,” said Michael Burger, a lawyer who heads the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University.
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