The so called Oregon Petition is a good example of how to create an illusion of scientific argument by using the language of expertise and ignoring relevance.
Does it matter if we talk about global warming or climate change? Climate science commentator Charles Nagy explains the difference and the relevance, with all due deference to Albert Einstein.
The knowledge dichotomy – also known as the Dunning-Kruger effect – is rarely more evident than among climate skeptics and deniers. Guest blogger Charles Nagy explains.
“If only you could see that a true man knows how to stand by, and with, his emotions, rather than voiding all responsibility for them.”
Climate resurrection is not a question of belief – yet religious dogma is holding the world back from taking decisive action – we can’t wait for Jesus!
There are people out there who still doubt the gravity of global warming, including politicians who should know better. Ignorance is no excuse. Climate science commentator Charles Nagy lays down the irrefutable facts.