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A Measure of Dissent on Climate

The majority of working climate scientists today rely on government money for their income. Climate activists are so zealous and aggressive, any scientists who dissent from the conventional wisdom do so at risk of their jobs.

Wind turbines stand in front of the rising sun at Frankfurt, Germany on March 11.

Wind turbines stand in front of the rising sun at Frankfurt, Germany on March 11. AP Photo/Michael Probst, file

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CONRAD BLACK

Lord Black, Baron Black of Crossharbour, was Chairman of Hollinger International Inc. and a founding director of the New York Sun.

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