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Last week, another 31 000 scientists endorsed that view in the Oregon Petition.
The Oregon Petition Project clarified their verification process as follows:
Climate Change denier using Art Robinson's discredited Oregon Petition as evidence.
The OISM has circulated the Oregon Petition on global warming, in collaboration with the late Frederick Seitz, former president of the National Academy of Sciences.
Witnesses included Fred Singer, whose statement cited the Oregon Petition against the Kyoto Protocol to claim that his skeptic views on human causes of climate change were not fringe.
Both the Leipzig Declaration and Frederick Seitz's Oregon Petition have been quoted as authoritative sources during deliberations in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Some time during the 1980s, Kamen became a member of the "faculty" at the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, the think tank which was responsible for the controversial Oregon Petition.
Seitz authored the Oregon Petition, a document published jointly by the Marshall Institute and Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine in opposition to the Kyoto protocol.
The Global Warming Petition Project, also known as the Oregon Petition, is a petition to the United States government urging politicians to reject any policies based on concerns over global warming, and in particular the Kyoto Protocol of 1997.
He cited as support for this the 1992 Heidelberg Appeal and the 1999 Oregon Petition, as well the opinions of individual scientists that he named including John Christy, Fred Singer, Richard Lindzen, Willie Soon and Sallie Baliunas.
Although the key data on which the Leipzig declaration relied (see: satellite temperature record) has been invalidated by subsequent research, and much new evidence has accumulated, the declaration continues to be cited, along with the Oregon petition as evidence of the current views of scientists on climate change.
Legates is a signer of the Oregon Petition, which stated: "There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate.
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