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Garage Doors. Tracking Viral Misinformation. La Darse - Patrimoine historique de Villefranche sur mer. (92) ClassroomScreen: utilidades para hacer tus clases visuales y dinámicas. Kichigai comments on We should have listened to Dwight in February. - Acortador de URL. ExxonMobil is still bankrolling climate science deniers. ExxonMobil says it believes “the risk of climate change is real,” and it is “committed to being part of the solution.”

ExxonMobil is still bankrolling climate science deniers

The largest investor-owned oil company in the world also says it supports a federal carbon tax and the Paris climate agreement. Then why, after all these years, is the company still financing advocacy groups, think tanks, and business associations that reject the reality and seriousness of the climate crisis, as well as members of Congress who deny the science and oppose efforts to rein in carbon emissions? According to the company’s latest grantmaking report, it gave $772,500to 10 such groups in 2018, which does not include its annual dues to trade groups such as the American Petroleum Institute, which opposes a carbon tax. In addition, ExxonMobil continued to promote gridlock directly on Capitol Hill. Two-thirds of the $1.65 million it spent on congressional election campaigns during the 2017-18 election cycle went to climate science deniers.

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In a series of experiments, Douglas and Jan-Willem van Prooijen, PhD, an associate professor of social and organizational psychology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, found that the tendency to perceive illusory patterns—to connect stimuli that aren’t related—is part of the cognitive machinery behind irrational beliefs such as conspiracy theories (European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 48, No. 3, 2017). Along those lines, some QAnon followers think that because Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet, President Trump is sending them messages when he mentions the number 17. Q, the anonymous internet poster behind the movement, who claims to be a high-ranking U.S. intelligence official, releases cryptic breadcrumbs known as “drops” online that followers then decipher. Epididymitis Treatment Market Industry Trends and Forecast to 2026.

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