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Yet another weird SF fan

Monday, March 09, 2009

The Accusation

People who regard anthropogenic global warming as a crisis frequently accuse my fellow wingnuts of believing that the world's climate scientists are engaged in a conspiracy to Hide the Truth. We don't. Instead we believe that the world's reporters aren't covering climate research right. We think it's possible that the reporters are overemphasizing research that indicates there is a crisis and underemphasizing research that indicates there isn't.

In other words, we believe that it's similar to what they've done to nuclear energy. It's mainly the fact that there's more support for the theory that AGW is a crisis than there's support for anti-nuclear bullbleep that makes me take the AGW crisis even a little bit seriously.

By the way … If we you want us wingnuts to take your site seriously, don't put an endorsement link to an anti-nuclear site near the top of your front page.


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