The melting away of climate denialism?


Ben Sargent, on 2012 heat wave and views of global warming, Austin American-Statesman, July 24, 2012

Ben Sargent, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman, July 24, 2012

If only it were true that heat, weather, or any other data or information, could cause global warming denialism to melt away . . .

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3 Responses to The melting away of climate denialism?

  1. […] usual, lead with a lie ’cause that’s the road to credibility. Seriously, when it’s very cold … […]

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  2. Ed Darrell says:

    But seriously, Mark — if it were temperature fluctuations, we would expect normal distributions of temperature records — depending on the season, no more than about 60% high records to 40% low records in the summer, for example, just due to random fluctuations.

    In the U.S. over the past 8 months, we’ve had 90% high records to 10% low records. Worldwide, it’s about the same. This is not a weather fluctuation. It’s a change in climate.

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  3. [...] usual, lead with a lie ’cause that’s the road to credibility. Seriously, when it’s very cold … [...]

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