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Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow

NASA's climate rebellion:
Letter from astronauts, scientists and mission control demands space agency end warming advocacy


In their characteristic no nonsense style, a large group of NASA astronauts, scientists, engineers and controllers sent a letter to NASA administrator Charles Bolden, Jr. requesting America's space program "refrain from including unproven [global warming] remarks in public releases and websites."

"We believe the claims by NASA and GISS, that man-made carbon dioxide is having a catastrophic impact on global climate change are not substantiated, especially when considering thousands of years of empirical data." The letter states, "it is clear that the science is NOT settled."

Perhaps no groups of human beings have ever been as carefully selected, trained and proven as American astronauts and space program staff. Their impartial credibility is of the highest order. When they cry foul, their voices demand respect and attention.

"As former NASA employees," they wrote, "we feel that NASA’s advocacy of an extreme position, prior to a thorough study of the possible overwhelming impact of natural climate drivers is inappropriate. We request that NASA refrain from including unproven and unsupported remarks in its future releases and websites on this subject. At risk is damage to the exemplary reputation of NASA, NASA’s current or former scientists and employees, and even the reputation of science itself."

READ THE FULL LETTER AT CFACT.ORG.

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