Scott Brown Doubts Climate Science & Manmade Global Warming





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Published on Jun 8, 2011

The Boston Globe reported on December 17, 2009:

"Brown's answer was illustrative, in that he did not reject the fraud theory.

'It's interesting. I think the globe is always heating and cooling,' he said. 'It's a natural way of ebb and flow. The thing that concerns me lately is some of the information I've heard about potential tampering with some of the information.'

Brown continued, saying: 'I just want to make sure if in fact . . . the earth is heating up, that we have accurate information, and it's unbiased by scientists with no agenda. Once that's done, then I think we can really move forward with a good plan.'


But during this December 21st, 2009 debate, he denied having doubted the science behind climate change:

Dan Rea: Let me get a quick response from you on climate change. I know you have been quoted as saying you don't believe in it.
SB: That is not true. That is not true. I have said that climate is always changing. It is constantly changing.
DR: So do you believe in global warming?
SB: The question I have is is it man made or are there factors that just happen naturally. What I want to make sure is we get proper information and scientific data to make sure that we in fact understand it fully..."


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