Wednesday, October 21, 2009
This created an internet firestorm -- particularly because the main climate scientist they rely on feels his views on the importance of CO2 emissions and geoengineering were misrepresented. Here's a very large collection of links on the issue. It can be a bit overwhelming, but I encourage you to read some of them. The authors "responses" can be found here (note -- there's a lot of attacking the messengers without responding to the message).
Oh, and by the way, given the title of this post, I can't help but post this video (never mind the idea of geoengineeed solutions to the problem has been proven in many ways to be a bad solution, akin to something Rick James could have come up on a coke binge):
In other words, there's the possibility that environmental activists really want to be able to waste time debating whether or not specific action would be better than current coursework, but anything more than detailing on specific plans is probably intensely frustrating for them, considering how much is already being lost.
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