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Sunday February 28th, 2021 1:13PM

LISTEN: Dr. Patrick Moore brings truth to environmental discussion

By Mornings on Maine Street

Dr. Patrick Moore, author of "Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom," joined us on Maine Street to sift fact from fiction when it comes to the scare stories being circulated in the media. Listen to why this co-founder of Greenpeace left the organization and discusses what the real cause many of the environmental organizations are pursuing.

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LISTEN: Dr. Patrick Moore brings truth to environmental discussion
Dr. Patrick Moore, author of "Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom," joined us on Maine Street to sift fact from fiction when it comes to the scare stories being circulated in the media. Listen to why this co-founder of Greenpeace left the organization and discusses what the real cause many of the environmental organizations are pursuing.
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