Climate pressure tactics

11/20/2006
As though uncertainty over promised benefits didn’t provide reason enough to be skeptical, climate alarmists are undermining their agenda with pressure tactics designed to squelch rather than win arguments. By now, futility of the clumsily fabricated Kyoto Protocol is obvious. Repeated claims about a “consensus” of scientists have degenerated into discredited propaganda. And former US Vice-President Al Gore’s sermons about the moral imperative of believing whatever he says about global warming speak for themselves.By nature, however, zeal never rests. A portion of humanity has convinced itself that people are warming the climate dangerously. So it demands that all ...
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