Dangerous Thinking

Inertia in the Face of Accelerating Climate Change

Although a normal and essential part of science, debate is perceived by the public as evidence that IPCC could be wrong. So let's wait until all scientists agree before we alter our behavior. This rationalization arises from a poor understanding of how science functions. Further, it gives the naysayers the same weight as the vast majority of knowledgeable climate scientists -- a very egalitarian approach, but a dangerous one nonetheless. Full Story »

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Fred Gatlin
3.7
by Fred Gatlin - Nov. 10, 2009

This article tries to tell us why people do not believe the climate is changing. It is hard to understand why the public is skeptical on this issue. Any close observer can see changes in the climate if they choose. It is those who refuse to look closely and do not wish to understand science who still does not think the climate has changed.

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