Saturday, March 17, 2007


Without mentioning Al Gore two global warming believers undermine his message:
Professors Paul Hardaker and Chris Collier were speaking ahead of a conference on the issue in Britain.

The two men say warnings without clear evidence could undermine awareness of the real risks of climate change.

The latest example is from one of America's foremost science body's which, in a strongly worded statement, suggested that global warming was already responsible for more severe floods, storms and droughts which could lead to irreversible damage.
According to professors Hardaker and Collier this may well turn out to be true.
I don't get it, if global warming is real and the science sound, how is anything being exaggerated?

In tangentially related news, Chris Reed comments on the left's not unexpected reaction to William J. Broad's New York Times article critical of An Inconvenient Truth:
Sure enough, the executire director of the Sierra Club is peeved at the NYT for going off-message. Incredibly enough, a New Republic pundit compared the NYT to National Review, home to the world's loudest global warming skeptics.

What a churlish bunch. They got upset with the New York Times for running one skeptical article under the fold on the cover of the weekly Science section and forget about the 318 stories that have mentioned global warming on the NYT's front page -- few of which did anything to throw water on the contentions of political environmentalists that global warming is the moral/political/scientific crisis of modern times.
I wonder how many times the MSM will have to tell us anthropogenic global warming is real before we all believe it?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Goebbels warming. Repeat the lie often enough, and, voila: it's the truth.

8:52 AM  
Anonymous Jack Lacton said...

As I commented on my blog, I think that the NYT article is a hit piece by the Clinton crowd to hurt Al Gore's chances if he chooses to nominate for Democratic presidential candidacy.

3:16 PM  

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