(see chart above over the last 4,500 years - today it's slightly "cooler predicted")

see film: <http://video.google.com.au/videoplay?docid=-8607726499071988201>
 

Princeton University physicist Dr. Will Happer, who says he was fired by Vice President Al Gore for failing to adhere to Gore's views on global warming, has now declared that man-made warming fears are 'mistaken."

Happer, who served as the director of Energy Research at the Department of Energy from 1990 to 1993, said, "I had the privilege of being fired by Al Gore, since I refused to go along with his alarmism."

He said in 1993, "I was told that science was not going to intrude on policy."

Now Happer has joined the more than 650 international scientists who have spoken out against man-made global warming fears and are cited in the 2008 U.S. Senate Minority Report from Environmental and Public Works Committee ranking member James Inhofe, R-Okla.

I am convinced that the current alarm over carbon dioxide is mistaken, Happer told the committee on Dec. 22.

President-elect Barack Obama's choice as his top science adviser, Harvard University professor John Holdren, is a staunch believer in the dangers of man-made global warming and advised Gore on his documentary "An Inconvenient Truth."  (Why - because they are in the same pack to get the NWO take over, and they need to continue this hoax to get this " TAX"  to pay for their One World Army)

Dr. Happer has published over 200 scientific papers, and is a fellow of the American Physical Society, The American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the National Academy of Sciences.

Sen. Inhofe said that the statements of prominent scientists like Happer who are willing to publicly dissent from climate fears strike a blow to the United Nations, Gore, and the media's claims about global warming. (Media are under the same UN "Agenda21" instructions to promote their Carbon Emissions TAX global plan.

US Congress - "The continuous endless claims of a 'consensus' about man-made global warming grow less and less credible every day," Inhofe said.