The Wall Street Journal's Inconvenient Truth
Or as I sometimes call it: The Religion of Climate Science
It is fascinating to me how the climate people still cling to their notion of what has now been altogether debunked – global warming.
It is like a religion because they must accept on faith, without solid scientific proof, that what they believe about global warming is true.
These are (generally) the same type of people who laugh at God-fearing people.
The Wall Street Journal had an opinion piece called “A Climate Absolution?” They included the question mark. The idea is that an “independent” group of climate scientists investigated what happened with “Climategate”. They are the IPCC or Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
The joke of the matter is – they reached some conclusions and now the United Nations Foundation and the Natural Resources Defense Council are deluging The Wall Street Journal to retract “those bogus scandals” they previously reported, all based on the IPCC findings.
The Wall Street Journal could not do what the UN Foundation and the Natural Resources Defense Council in essence demanded they do.
In fact, the WSJ proved – quite handily, that the IPCC had an agenda going into this investigation. Something the WSJ finding ultimately reflects: “It’s never hard to convince yourself of what you’re already disposed to believe.”
Apparently the only “bogus” thing was the IPCC findings not the reporting by The Wall Street Journal . I applaud them for continuing to take a stand for the truth.
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