Originally Posted by cdcox
No worse than thinking they are determined by public debate among lay people.
>99% of the population doesn't understand enough of the basic science to even have an informed opinion on anthropogenic climate change, and I'm pretty sure that the 99% includes Charles Krauthammer. What are his qualifications for being granted space in the Washington Post to air his views on science? Why should anyone care what he thinks about something that he has no training in and hasn't spent enough time to come to a high level of understanding?
They don't need to if they know who is behind pushing it and read about the scientists who oppose these claims. All one has to do is look at the solutions being promoted. It's about global socialism.
It not surprising that the commies get called watermelons. Calling people uneducated enough to understand is censorship, particularly when some of them are a doctor like Krauthammer.
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