Naomi Oreskes – The Key Strategy Of The Merchants Of Doubt: Attacking The Consensus

Naomi Oreskes is an American historian of science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University. In 2010 she co-authored Merchants of Doubt which describes how the tobacco industry wrote the handbook on using doubt to delay legislative action against the harms of tobacco. The same book also chronicles how the same…

The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change

The scientific consensus on climate change is most notable summarized in the IPCC report and supported by all relevant entities. Of all relevant studies from 2013 only two reject anthropogenic climate change. IPCC 2013 IPCC AR5 WG1 Summary for Policymakers: Warming of the climate system is unequivocal and extremely likely (95-100%) that human influence has been the…

Call Out The Climate Change Deniers

BarackObama.com: The national science academies of every major country in the world have confirmed that climate change is real. NASA and 97 percent of scientists confirm that climate change is real. But 135 members of Congress are in denial. BarackObama.com/climate-deniers Related The Consensus Project House Republican ready to ‘defund the EPA’

Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous

Obama tweeted yesterday: Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous. @BarackObama Read the news release, Obama shared on twitter: Scientists say united on global warming, at odds with public view (Reuters) – Ninety-seven percent of scientists say global warming is mainly man-made but a wide public belief that experts are…

97 Percent of Peer-Reviewed Science Confirms Manmade Global Warming, Consensus Overwhelming

In the most comprehensive study to date, a new survey of over 12,000 peer-reviewed climate science papers has found a 97% consensus in the peer-reviewed literature that humans are causing global warming. http://skepticalscience.com/97-percent-consensus-cook-et-al-2013.html     A paper in the journal Environmental Research Letters yesterday found that the number of scientific papers rejecting the thesis that humans…