Wall Street Op-Ed Global Warming Wars, Denial, Hysteria
Posted by greg2213 on February 23, 2012
A few days ago a group of scientists wrote an Op_ed in the WSJ about the lack of need to panic about Global Warming. They were immediately slimed by the alarmosphere and have written a reply to the hysteria they received in response to their original editorial . And I love the lack of hysteria and spitting in this article. Too bad the alarmosphere isn’t capable of that. Kudos to these guys.
The authors of the Jan. 27 Wall Street Journal op-ed, ‘No Need to Panic about Global Warming,’ respond to their critics.
Editor’s Note: The authors of the following letter, listed below, are also the signatories of “No Need to Panic About Global Warming,” an op-ed that appeared in the Journal on January 27. This letter responds to criticisms of the op-ed made by Kevin Trenberth and 37 others in a letter published Feb. 1, and by Robert Byer of the American Physical Society in a letter published Feb. 6.
The interest generated by our Wall Street Journal op-ed of Jan. 27, “No Need to Panic about Global Warming,” is gratifying but so extensive that we will limit our response to the letter to the editor the Journal published on Feb. 1, 2012 by Kevin Trenberth and 37 other signatories, and to the Feb. 6 letter by Robert Byer, President of the American Physical Society. (We, of course, thank the writers of supportive letters.
Here’s the rest: No-Panic Scientists Reply To Critics
This article is also now on WUWT: “No Need to Panic about Global Warming”, revisited
2/28: Cambridge Prof, who’s hardly a skeptic, slams the alarmists.