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    Myths

    LIE: Electric cars do not reduce CO2 emissions because coal fuels many power plants

    TRUTH: Plug-in cars emit much less carbon than conventional vehicles

    LIE: Climategate emails revealed that scientists deceptively manipulated data to “hide the decline” in temperatures

    TRUTH: Scientists adjust temperature readings from some tree-ring data because it’s unreliable

    LIE: 2011 sales show Americans won't buy electric cars

    TRUTH: Electric cars sold better in their first year than hybrid vehicles did

    LIE: NASA admitted its data "are in even worse shape" than data from Britain’s Climatic Research Unit

    TRUTH: NASA acknowledged that different organizations use different methods to calculate temperature data

    LIE: Consumers won’t want electric cars because of reduced range

    TRUTH: Electric cars have a range far greater than the average distance driven per day

    LIE: Solar energy results in more greenhouse gases than fossil fuels

    TRUTH: Solar energy creates much less greenhouse gas than fossil fuels

    LIE: CRU scientists "suppressed" opposition

    TRUTH: Climate scientists raised legitimate concerns about a flawed 2003 study