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    If that were true, it'd be front page news (and a war crime) - but the self-described science advisor is Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2007/may/06/observerreview.climatechange

    "For a start, in this adventure, in which he routinely wore a bowler hat, Monckton won the Falklands conflict from his armchair after suggesting, he claims, to the Prime Minister that the best way to undermine the Argies was to have the SAS introduce a mild bacillus into the water supply in Port Stanley. 'I can tell you from experience there is nothing more demoralising than having the trots in a trench!' He believes, laughing a little wildly, she took him up on this idea and the rest is history."


    Personally I find that story ever bit as credible as his claims to have disproven the scientific consensus position on global warming.

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