I have an “opinion piece” in Scitizen. Its called… “Lack of Errors in the IPCC Statement for Policymakers”… :-)


  1. #1 Alexander Ac

    Dear William,
    Czech Prez has another turn-around in US, but I guess You are bored to comment on this. Lubos did it for You ;-)
    Just an interesting observation:

    There is very high correlation between per capita CO2 emmisions and global warming skepticism (or denialism?). Isn’t it strange?? :-)

  2. #2 Alexander Ac

    By the way,

    these numbers are at least interesing:

  3. #3 Steve Bloom

    And certain unfortunate cardiovascular health statistics, IIRC.

  4. #4 Thom

    I think that Roger Pielke Jr. may choose to differ. He’s become our press favorite on environmental alarmism. By the way, Mr. Rabett has a wrapup of Roger’s consistent need to provide talking points to the right-wing.


    I’m sure that Roger and friends will be making sure that none of it sullies his wiki entry.

  5. #5 Carl Christensen

    well RPJr’s appeasement and faux-cautionary-tale to right-wingers certainly will help his book sales, if you look at the sales records of Rush Limbaugh, Bill O’Reilly, Ann Coulter and the like. And perhaps he’ll be a good influence as I’m sure the Republicans will be “honest brokers” when it comes to, say, foreign policy etc, hmmm?

  6. #6 Hank Roberts

    USA: “Honest, we’re broker than we admitted, can’t help you with this climate thing, sorry ….”

  7. #7 Steve Bloom

    Hank, I take that all too seriously given the extent to which the Dems have decided to co-opt the Repugs on the balanced budget front. Since the former also seem dedicated to letting Bush run out the Iraq string all the way through the end of his term, the giant deficit thus made even larger will be a long-term excuse to do nothing about all sorts of things.

  8. #8 Document Folders

    Since the former also seem devoted to allowing Shrub run out the Irak sequence all the way through the end of his phrase, the massive shortfall thus created even bigger will be a long-term reason to do nothing about almost everything.

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