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Change Legislation #3

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Richard Hake

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CORRECTION: Why Democrats in Congress Fail To Support Climate
Change Legislation #3

Posted: Jun 12, 2013 5:57 PM
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This post replaces the incorrect adjective
"Anthropomorphic" in my previous post "Why
Democrats in Congress Fail To Support Climate
Change Legislation #2" with the correct adjective
"Anthropogenic," designating "an effect or object
resulting from human activity"
<http://bit.ly/11agJ5C>. Sorry for the bother.

Some subscribers to Math-Teach might be
interested in a recent post "Why Democrats in
Congress Fail To Support Climate Change
Legislation #3" [Hake (2013)]. The abstract
reads:

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ABSTRACT: In my discussion-list post "Senator
Sheldon Whitehouse - Time to Wake Up: GOP
Opposition to Climate Science" at
<http://yhoo.it/100EVIY> I wrote: "Unfortunately,
Democrats in Congress are almost as unenlightened
as Republicans."

In response, a subscriber wrote to me: "In case
anyone missed this excellent dissection of
climate science opposition, here's why Demos are
apparently 'unenlightened': ['Frontline - Climate
of Doubt' (PBS, 2012)] at
<http://to.pbs.org/192dOxE>."

I list the ALL-STAR cast and their online
resumés: 19 *Believers* in Anthropogenic Global
Warming and 20 *Doubters* of Anthropogenic Global
Warming..
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To access the complete 13 kB post please click on <http://yhoo.it/11fWHTG>.

Richard Hake, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Indiana University
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". . .American politics is being completely
defined by huge sums of money. [In 2008] we had
really a very broad coalition of people who
believed that we ought to move forward [on
climate change legislation] and do something. But
as the [2012} campaign and the fear built up,
people began to retreat. [Conservative
organizations] spent huge sums of money IN A
CAMPAIGN OF MAJOR DISINFORMATION. . . .[[My
CAPS]. . . . that had a profound impact. And it
has now made many people in public life very
gunshy because they're afraid of having those
amounts of money spent against them. . . . .
.There's nothing like a loss in an election. . .
. .[ as for Bob Ingliss of South Carolina,
defeated by BIG $$ from conservative
organizations]]. . . . . to promote fear in the
survivors. And that's exactly what happened in
the United States Congress."
- John Kerry, transcript PBS (2012)

REFERENCES [URL's shortened by <http://bit.ly/> and accessed on 12 June 2013.]
Hake, R.R. 2013. "Why Democrats in Congress Fail
To Support Climate Change Legislation #3" online
on the OPEN! Net-Gold archives at
<http://yhoo.it/11fWHTG>. Post of 12 Jun 2013
13:12:52-0700 to AERA-L and Net-Gold. The
abstract and link to the complete post are being
distributed to various discussion lists and are
also on my blog Hake'sEdStuff at
<http://bit.ly/17H3ZHk> with a provision for
comments.



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