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A tipping point: Skepticism goes mainstream: ‘Serious newspapers don’t want to be left behind. Editors have realized the skeptics have a case’

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A tipping point: Skepticism goes mainstream…

http://joannenova.com.au/2013/09/skepticism-goes-mainstream-a-tipping-point/

Photo adapted from Ron Neibrugge’s beautifully crisp original at Wild Nature Images Worldwide momentum is shifting. With David Rose’s article in the Daily Mail, Matt Ridley in the Wall Street Journal (“We got it wrong on warming“),  and the excellent article by Ross McKitrick  in the Financial Post the skeptical message is going mainstream. The war is by no means over, but the race in media coverage has stepped up a notch. Now, for the first time there is an element of competition, serious newspapers don’t want to be left behind. Editors have realized the skeptics have a case. In Australia the grand failure of the carbon tax in the recent election is still ripping through the news, the institutions, and the mood. It was a categorical defeat. From comments and emails I know this event was watched around the world. Roy Spencer, veteran with two decades of experience wonders if this is a turning point too: “…recent events are quite exceptional.” ” We are now at the point in the age of global warming hysteria where the IPCC global warming theory has crashed into the hard reality of observations.” Ross McKitrick, Canada: “To those of us who have […]Rating: 10.0/10 (6 votes cast)

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