Maybe you do need a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing.
Today’s NYTimes: Among Weathercasters, Doubt on Warming
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The Global Warmers may have backed the wrong horse in their eagerness to alarm,so risking their own objectives, I don’t know.
There is a need to persuade us to avoid waste and to use our precious resources prudently for the benefit of all. That is a longer and harder path to tread.
The Global Warmers may have backed the wrong horse in their eagerness to alarm…
Yes, that’s the nub of it, I think. Doing the right thing for wrong reasons doesn’t work well in democratic policy making.
ACCUWEATHER? Is this serious? Thecritcaline,look at your own comment.Warning, alarming, where do you draw the line?
“May have”? You are unsure but tend towards skepticism? “Longer and harder path” but it require warning? Alarm?
Remember what Joe Mc Carthy was able to convince the public of, with some help of course.
Is this serious?
Not totally, no. Just think it’s funny that weathermen as a group are among the hardest to convince. Why could that be?
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