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The real place where discussions of global warming belong is in the realm of belief, and particularly the motives for belief.

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  1. Anonymous says

    Huh?

  2. Rufus McCain says

    “No serious person can deny the overwhelming scientific evidence that the world’s climate is changing dramatically for the worse. Conservative skeptics, however, argue that the science isn’t clear enough to pinpoint the degree to which human activity is responsible. Even if that were true, given the staggering magnitude of the stakes, it is wildly imprudent to wait for a level of certainty that may never come, or come too late.

    “Tim Flannery, an Australian scientist and former global-warming skeptic, says there is no way to account for the temperature rise outside of human activity. In his book The Weather Makers, Flannery writes, ‘Skepticism is an indispensable element in scientific inquiry, but when the intention is to mislead rather than clarify, we have not skepticism but deceit.’

    “There’s much self-deceit about global warming among us conservatives. To take this stuff seriously would mean confronting the fact that we cannot continue living as we like. It would mean dealing like grown-ups with the real possibility that we are condemning future generations to excruciating hardship because we refuse our duty to stewardship.”

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