The BBC is continuing to push their narrative that opposition to climate change is idealogical, and that scientists who express doubts about extreme climate claims have been corrupted by their political beliefs or by funding from industry.
If you look at that 2017 Scientific American piece, or the other articles that I cited in my post, you will see that those commenters are conceiving of “science” not as a special methodology, but rather as something more like: “science is what people who call themselves scientists do.”
NYT has revealed that a secret tape recording of a meeting of oil executives has shown that oil companies flare off unwanted natural gas.
Extinction Rebellion have blockaded major news printers in England. Their demand to lift the blockade is newspapers obey Extinction Rebellion’s instructions to print more climate propaganda.
British members of Parliament Sir Christopher Chope and Peter Bone have introduced legislation to eliminate the special powers the BBC enjoys to coerce license fees out of poor people.
I’ve just listened to the entire BBC radio series “How They Made Us Doubt Everything”. This is not the BBC I grew up listening to and watching.
Experts release a statement on eve of UN talks that calls for the governing of the digital sector to support transformations to a climate-safe, sustainable, and equitable world
Guest essay by Eric Worrall Inside Climate News thinks the mounting death toll from Covid-19 will push climate skeptics to embrace blind faith in experts. But they completely ignore that many climate skeptics are deeply worried about Covid-19, and have been from the start. Decades of Science Denial Related to Climate Change Has Led to…
Reposted from the Fabius Maximus Blog By Larry Kummer, Editor / 6 March 2020 Summary: We’re ignorant about the world because we read the news. Here’s today’s example from the NY Times. The subject is the public policy debate about climate change, by a reporter deep into science denial. But it could be about COVID-19,…
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach ‘Tis the voice of the Lobster: I heard him declare “You have baked me too brown, I must sugar my hair.” As a duck with its eyelids, so he with his nose Trims his belt & his buttons, & turns out his toes. When the sands are all dry, he…