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Cambridge Professors Say Global Cooling is Due to Global Warming, No Fraud This Time

CAMBRIDGE, England, 2010-02-25 — Scientists at Cambridge University in England say that the abnormally cold winter being experienced in the United States and Europe is due to global warming.

"This may seem counter intuitive to ordinary mortals," said one of the Cambridge professors, "but when you are from Cambridge it makes sense."

"All the weather patterns we have seen in recent years -- hurricanes, droughts, floods, mudslides, earthquakes, tsunamis, even shark attacks -- are due to global warming. Once you upset the balance of Mother Nature, you should expect to see strange things. Whatever happens to our climate, it is caused by global warming!

"The debate is over. Admittedly, this same statement was made against the Copernican theory of the solar system, which turned out to be true, but nobody involved in that debate was from Cambridge.

"OK, so we admit the data on which global warming was based was faked, but why let a good conjecture be ruined by an inconvenient fact. But there is no fraud in our theory that global cooling is caused by global warming -- that's because we don't need data for this theory!"

Julio Cesar

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