Friday, October 06, 2006

Debating the Credibility of Environmentalists' Claims

The old standby absolutist True Believers' "scientific consensus" on "global warming" mantra takes yet another hit, as well it should.


"That echoed the theme of his keynote address, in which he faulted science and society for falling too easily in line with asserted hypotheses. Mass movements, Crichton said, tend to operate on the notion that 'there is no debate; there is a consensus." However, he noted, "there is a debate about everything.'"

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