International Journal of Inactivism — Mindless Link Propagation section

  • 06:52:26 am on September 4, 2009 | 1

    John Cook sees a growing divide between climate scientists and public opinion on global warming — but it’s not the kind of divide that the global warming ‘skeptics’ say it is! [cached]

    A conference of global warming skeptics is scheduled for May 2010. They plan to examine the “growing divide between what science has to say about the causes, scale, and consequences of climate change, on the one hand, and what politicians and the media say on the other hand”. This is an important and illuminating topic. One hopes (rather futilely) that the agenda will include the paper Examining the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change (Doran 2009). The authors surveyed 3146 earth scientists, asking them the following survey question:

    Do you think human activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures?

    […] What they find was as the level of active research and specialization in climate science increases, so does agreement that humans are significantly changing global temperatures.

    (emphasis mine)



  • frankbi 10:12 on September 6, 2009 | #

    (Klem: Do you have a point that actually refutes what Doran 2009 says? Or maybe you’re just trolling?)

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