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Climate Science: Flatearthers In Support Of Climate Realists

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Climate Science On Trial: Flatearthers Out In Support Of Climate Realists

On the Occasion of the Endeavours of the Good Lords of the Climate Science Education Trust to Strike Down the temperature muddlings of the Dark Lords of the National Institution of Water and Atmosphere in the High Court of our Land.

We of the Flat Earth Society of Middle Earth will be gathering at the High Court from 9.30 in the morning of tomorrow July 16 in the Year of Our Lord 2012 to express our support and to reach out a hand of Friendship to the Climate Science Education Trust.

Why?
After having spent centuries fighting the global scientific and governmental conspiracy on the shape of the Earth, we at the Flat Earth Society are delighted to find another group of like-minded people also fighting a similar and global conspiracy over this nonsense that the Earth is Warming.

We hope that we will be able to Join Forces with the Good Lords of the Climate Science Education Trust (and maybe even share some of the fortune they have found in their funders), as we have so many years of experience in this Fight.

We support the Trust in its assertion that temperature records have been changed... indeed, we are convinced that recent temperature records across the United States of America have been similarly arranged. Global warming is a hoax, just as the Earth is Flat.

You will know us from our dress in Medieval Robes – this was a favourite time of ours when All People agreed with us that the Earth is Flat. We know that the Medieval Warming Period is also the Climate Science Coalition Education Trust’s Most Favoured Era. Perhaps they will be inclined to reciprocate our friendship on this basis.

We are also considering similar court action against Google Earth because they refuse to recognise the Ice Wall and the turtles, but we have diagrams to prove our case, just as the Climate Science Education Trust does.

ENDS

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