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The Tipping point of climate change denial

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In a previous post I had noted how the position of climate deniers was becoming more and more untenable. Now, the speech by President Obama seems to have moved things forward quite a bit: many people seem to be "feeling the heat," almost literally.

The Tipping point of climate change denial

by Ugo Bardi

In a previous post I had noted how the position of climate deniers was becoming more and more untenable. Now, the speech by President Obama seems to have moved things forward quite a bit: many people seem to be "feeling the heat," almost literally.

At least, so it seems from a revealing article by Chris Ladd, Republican commentator writing on the Washington Times. This article needs to be read and savored - truly stunning for the way he clearly states how the GOP communication strategy is backfiring. Peter Sinclair has already commented on this piece; let me reproduce here some excerpts from it (highlighting mine):

..... we must realize that our strategy of blind blanket denial is developing into a political suicide pact.

We must stop wheeling in crank “scientists” who deploy tactics borrowed from the tobacco industry to “debunk” the credible research on climate change.

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The Tipping point of climate change denial
Authored by: ArchStanton on Saturday, July 06 2013 @ 03:04 PM CDT

We past "the tipping point" two years ago.  If I didn't know better I'd swear I was hanging out in a kitsch art deco lounge, watching Democracy Now and waiting for Laurence Fishburne to give me a red pill.