|2011-01-14 04:59:37||Attacks on Scientists and Science|
Here's an example of how the professional anti-AGW bloggers are now attacking scientists and science in the US. This post, by the notorious "mememine", appears on the comment thread of the article, "Why Climate Science Divides Us, But Energy Technologies Unites Us" by Michael Shellenberger posted Jan 11 on Forbes.com. I have posted one comment as "johnmhartz."
"The scientists don’t all agree on unstoppable warming. No, not at all and not by a mile. They all agree the effects will range from negligible to runaway heating and the vast majority deny out of control warming. It’s not even close. Time has changed things and consensus is one of them, both voter and scientist.
To access the article and comment thread, go to: http://blogs.forbes.com/energysource/2011/01/11/why-climate-science-divides-us-but-energy-technology-unites-us/
The language used seems to be the hot topic in the US at the moment after the Giffords incident.