Senators Michael Crapo and Orrin Hatch have implied that they agree with the Global Warming Petition Project’s false, anti-consensus narrative while climate “experts” J. Scott Amstrong, Kesten C. Green, and Patrick Moore gave wrong and misleading testimony on the subject.
Representatives Conaway, Luetkemeyer, McKinley, Pearce, and Poe and Senator Inhofe have all made serious factual errors and repeated the false narrative that the Global Warming Petition Project represents an anti-climate change counter-consensus.
Aderholt, King, Rohrabacher, Sessions, Wicker make incorrect statements about Global Warming Petition Project
Combined, Robert Aderholt and Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Dana Rohrbacher of California, Steve King of Iowa, and Roger Wicker of Mississippi have made ten false or misleading statements about the OISM’s Global Warming Petition Project.
Former Congressmen John Linder and Ron Paul made wrong and misleading claims about OISM Global Warming Petition Project
While Representatives John Linder of Georgia and Ron Paul of Texas are no longer representing their states, while they were in the House, they both made misleading and incorrect statements regarding the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine’s Global Warming Petition Project.
The OISM’s climate change-denying Petition Project is a small percentage of the AMS, AGU, APS, ACS, and IEEE membership
No matter how you look at it – degrees awarded, employees working, or membership in professional organizations – the 31,487 names collected by the Global Warming Petition Project don’t disprove the evidence-based scientific consensus that climate change is real.
Federal employment data also shows OISM’s climate change-denying Petition Project is a tiny minority
Not only do the 31,487 names collected by the Global Warming Petition Project represent a tiny minority of degrees issued, they also represent less than one half of one percent (0.44%) of people employed in their selected science and engineering fields.
Federal education data shows OISM’s climate change denying Petition Project actually a tiny minority
Far from being an alleged “counter-consensus,” the 31,487 names collected by the Global Warming Petition Project represent only 0.25% of science and engineering degrees awarded since 1970.