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Can the Famous Marshmallow Study Explain Environmental Conservation? - The Atlantic

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“The Atlantic Can the Famous Marshmallow Study Explain Environmental Conservation? The Atlantic Johnson thinks a lot about how humans interact with ocean resources (like fish), and what drives us to exploit or conserve these resources.”
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Australian plea to knitters to make pullovers to aid oil-smeared penguins - Telegraph

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“Group has called for knitters to make little jumpers to help penguins caught in spills to stop them from trying to clean the toxic oil off with their beaks (Knit for penguins: Conservation group appeals for cosy jumpers for oil-smeared penguins”
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Global Warming Scientists Give World Governments Tax Incentives

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Richard Larsen: Global Warming Scientists Give World Governments Tax Incentives. Learn more about Global Warming

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Bill McKee's curator insight, July 30, 2013 8:54 AM

Man made Global Warming.. the inconvenient truth.  Leading scientists "puzzled" by the fact that the empirical evidence invalidates their theory that production of CO2 by humans creates global warming in a meaningful way. 

 

Might it be true that the "theory" was, as many postulate, simply a convenient way to "tax" wealthy countries and "redistribute" their wealth to less ambitious countries.. take a big slice out of the transfer to reward the "scientists" who perpetuated the hoax?  

 

The answer is becoming self evident.