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Climate Summit / Conspiracy Issue / A Discussion #954227

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 07, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The opening of the climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, whose goal is to cap greenhouse gas emissions noted; scenes shown of e-mails sent among climate scientists that are creating a firestorm over the global warming issue.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; London: John Roberts) The November 1999 & February 2005 e-mails from Phil Jones quoted & their significance in raising skepticism discussed. [In interview, Climate Research Unit, University of East Anglia, director Phil LISS†- comments on the freedom of information requests.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Cato Inst. Patrick Michaels & "Science Guy" Bill Nye about climate change. [MICHAELS - quotes some e-mails & their attempts to influence science journal editors.] [NYE - says the Earth is getting warmer & humans are to blame; comments on the hacked e-mails.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Roberts, John

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