So the BBC tries harder!
'Scepticism' over climate claims
The public believes the effects of global warming on the climate are not as bad as politicians and scientists claim, a poll has suggested.Ding ding ding!
The Ipsos Mori poll of 2,032 adults - interviewed between 14 and 20 June - found 56% believed scientists were still questioning climate change.
There was a feeling the problem was exaggerated to make money, it found.
The Royal Society said most climate scientists believed humans were having an "unprecedented" effect on climate.Even supposing that is true, is scientific Truth based on 51% majorities of opinion of "climate scientists" -- and who defines that group?
Who polls them?
I'm a scientist, did the Royal Society ask me MY belief?
Nope, still waiting for the call...
The survey suggested that terrorism, graffiti, crime and dog mess were all of more concern than climate change.Oh, that's gotta hurt!
Ipsos Mori's head of environmental research, Phil Downing, said the research showed there was "still a lot to do" in encouraging "low-carbon lifestyles".You first!
This is nothing but a bunch of busy-bodies wanting to fill their empty lives by controlling yours and mine.
They end with this plaintive plea, because their lies just aren't catching on and the Truth is coming out more and more every day:
People had been influenced by counter arguments, he said.Thanks for playing.
Royal Society vice-president Sir David Read said: "People should not be misled by those that exploit the complexity of the issue, seeking to distort the science and deny the seriousness of the potential consequences of climate change.
"The science very clearly points towards the need for us all - nations, businesses and individuals - to do as much as possible, as soon as possible to avoid the worst consequences of a changing climate."