On November 29 and 30 Peter Sage, in his blog “Up Close with Peter Sage‘ published a series of claims offered by climate science skeptics opposed to the climate science consensus. Peter generously allowed us (Alan Journet & Hogan Sherrow) to respond to these claims, which was published December 5th as Guest Post: A response to the arguments of climate science deniers, available at the same link as the above.
Since both the original blog and our response will drift down as further blogposts supersede them, we will shortly link here a slightly augmented version of our response.
Our post begins:
Visitors to the blog “Up Close, with Peter Sage” recently encountered an array of claims by climate science skeptics, implying that climate scientists do not agree about the dangers of climate change. Here we explore each of those claims and try to address the embodied misinformation.
An augmented/expanded pdf version of the Journet/Sherrow response, including the initial skeptic claims to which we respond, is available here :
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