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Global Cooling Awareness Project Launched

January 6, 2014

Energy/Environment

The Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) has just published Press Release 1-2014, titled “Global Cooling Awareness Project Launched.”

As outlined in the release by SSRC President, Mr. John Casey, this is a new international effort to create a list of scientists and science-degreed individuals who support the following statement:

“I hereby agree that the last planetary climate phase of global warming which was produced primarily by natural cycles may have ended, and that a long, cold climate epoch is now likely.”

This important initiative is supported by other prominent scientists including Dr. Arthur Robinson, founder of the Global Warming Petition Project that since 1998, has obtained the signatures of 30,000 scientists and other professionals who stand opposed to manmade global warming.

Dr. Robinson says, “I strongly endorse Mr. Casey’s Global Cooling Awareness Project and urge every science professional to lend their support to his cause.”

Dr. Nils-Axel Morner, renowned sea level expert says, “Mr. Casey and I have both forecast a drop in sea levels in the coming cold climate epoch. I hope that others will also accept that conclusion as well as the need to sign on to the Global Cooling Awareness Project.”

The press release may be directly accessed at: http://spaceandscience.net/id16.html

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