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.
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