1992 : A Real Scientist In Washington DC

Dixie Lee Ray was head of the Atomic Energy Commission and Governor of Washington, and she exposed the two leading scams of the climate criminals.

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5 Jun 1992, Page 4 – at Newspapers.com

Margaret Thatcher on the other hand, didn’t do so well.

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4 Responses to 1992 : A Real Scientist In Washington DC

  1. Edmonton Al says:

    Another example of what a scientist says versus what a politician says.
    True scientists give us facts; politicians give us any BS that will push their political agenda.
    What a shame………….

  2. steve says:

    To be fair to Maggie Thatcher she did change her mind about climate change in the years after that statement.

  3. Charles Nelson says:

    Thatcher backed off later.

    • David, UK says:

      She did, indeed. Unfortunately by the time she realised her earlier stupidity she no longer had any power and no one was listening. She was a very scientifically knowledgeable woman, which has led to the suggestion that her initial alarmism was actually an opportunistic attack on the nationalised coal industry (the antithesis of the free trade model that Thatcher espoused) rather than an expression of genuine alarm. She was at heart very much a classical liberal (like Reagan) but if the above allegation is true then it shows she wasn’t above noble-cause corruption, to everyone’s cost.

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