AUSTIN, Texas, March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A large amount of content debating climate alarmism from realist and scientific positions is released for redistribution both commercially and non-commercially. The content presents interest for publications in the energy, financial, legal, government, news, and tech sectors. Among political media, the website is likely to be attractive to conservative, libertarian, patriotic, and Republican publications.
Some examples of the site content:
- An independent Summary of Science for Climate Debate.
- Descriptions and summaries of multiple historical sources documenting the opposition to climate alarmism from 1985 to present day, including the Oregon Petition and the Heidelberg Appeal.
- Historical analysis and opinion that attempts to put the rise of climate alarmism in the historical context of the last fifty years.
- In depth comments on the recent events.
- In-depth examination or investigation of some political personalities, such as Al Gore, Senator Whitehouse, and Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
About: DefyCCC.com discusses climate change and global warming from climate realism perspective while highlighting the threat of climate alarmism beyond its association with the ill-fated energy policies it pushes. DefyCCC.com reveals the link between the rise of climate alarmism and greater social ills. DefyCCC.com includes the problems of what it perceives as the takeover of liberal thinking and formerly liberal organizations by the hard Left, the treatment of American science by Al Gore and environmentalists, the suspected collusion between the "left-leaning" establishment and foreign governments or political parties, conversion of the mainstream media into left-stream media, and the emergence of the new axis of evil: the domestic Left -- foreign-based NGOs -- UN-centered aspiring global governance.
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