Canada Free Press....I love the names partisan(both sides) use they crack me up.
A nice assortment of aging white men. A few women thrown in for good measure...no minorities and I'm fairly confident that if you looked into the credentials of their "investigative" journalist you'd find most lack any journalism credentials and most have conservative/industry backgrounds. As for the article itself...
The first scientist it quotes: Prof. Bob Carter. I give you one of many websites that came up: http://www.exxonsecrets.org/html/personfactsheet.php?id=1134
I am too tired and annoyed to look up the rest but, when you want to debunk global climate change...link to a scientific paper that no one understands...that way we can't do the research to see what a putz you are.
Putz? Is there an echo in here?
Look, I posted the link because I thought this was a timely topic in light of Gore's new movie. I also thought it did a good job of offering counter points that one does not often hear from the MSM. Instead of responding to the article itself, you prefer to cast the CFP contributors as racists, sexists, neocon industry insiders and impugn Prof. Bob Carter's credentials as a scientist by linking to one website (did you even bother to read the article linked to that webpage?). With all that being said, this article is my first experience with the CFP.
Rather than discuss any merit the article may have, you would rather resort to the usual tatics of name calling and guilt by association. They are almost all white men; therefore they are not to be trusted. Prof. Carter wrote an article for an organization that accepted funding from an oil company; therefore, he is not being intellectually honest and is not to be trusted. And finally, you are a putz for finding the article interesting.
when you want to debunk global climate change...link to a scientific paper that no one understands...that way we can't do the research to see what a putz you are
Since when has that been the standard on this board?