Once again it looks a lot like most of the denier comments here were all written by the same person. The comments have the same pattern, the same level of stupidity and ignorance, use the same kind of “misleading facts” tactic, and all show up at about the same time.
Climate change scientific theories certainly has holes, and some policy recommendations approach absurdity.
Why not have a marketplace if ideas instead of censorship? Academia chose the latter, so it would be refreshing if the Times did the former.
Heck we might have a Pulitzer prize in store for us!
Currently, Trump International is expected to make a planning application tobuild a structure to protect his Doonbeg golf course in Ireland from rising sea levels (aka the effects of global warming). Any application will be a signed legal document. I do not see how it would possible to make the application and be on the right side of the law if you…
Climate will do what climate will do as it has for hundreds of millions of years. Meanwhile, it is wise to base decisions and policy on hard fact.
Here are some crucial, verifiable facts — with citations — about human-generated carbon dioxide and its…
This article is asking people to look fir themselves. I have a large body of references to articles and my study of this issue
Okay, maybe as a scientist I can give you and others participating in this discussion a very easy guideline.
You don’t need to be an expert to think that…
This is not the first such scrubbing. And a review of other Great Lakes DNR websites shows good information still there, underscoring Wisconsin’s outlier status. More at this website, where the story of the Wisconsin DNR web page scrubbing originated. https://thepoliticalenvironment.blogspot.com/2017/01/unlike-wi-other-great-lakes-states-not.html