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Warmist journalist Nafeez Ahmed uses words like ‘shock’ and ‘dismay’ as he discovers ‘what some prominent scientists are saying about this issue might not actually be justified by available evidence”‘

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Warmist journo Nafeez Ahmed uses words like “shock” and “dismay” as he discovers “what some prominent scientists are saying about this issue might not actually be justified by available evidence”

http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2013/09/warmist-journo-nafeez-ahmed-uses-words.html

Nafeez Ahmed Responds | Planet3.0[comment by Ahmed] Journos generally assume that strong statements of fact about science issued – whether in press releases from credible sources or in journal articles – have been checked enough to be reliable. I’m now starting to realise, with some shock, that this is not necessarily the case. (I’ve been a journo for a while but working on enviro related stuff in last few yrs)…I’m now starting to experience that sense of dismay you describe as its dawning that what some prominent scientists are saying about this issue might not actually be justified by available evidence.

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