The New York Times provides a textbook case of how the alarmist media distort the public dialogue by simply making something up and then repeating the lie endlessly as if it were a fact.
There is fossil evidence of CO2 starvation at the end of the last ice age, when CO2 levels dropped to below 200 ppm. Even today's 400 ppm is far too low for optimum plant growth.
Trump announced Pruitt’s resignation after The Times reported that “aides deleted sensitive information about his meetings from his public schedule and potentially violated the law in doing so.” Pruitt's genuine transgression was commitment to reform.
The NYT has outdone itself, with what has got to be the nuttiest alarmist opinion piece that I have ever seen. The title sort of says it all -- "The Climate Crisis? It’s Capitalism, Stupid."
The New York Times has published a bunch of testimonials from secondary school teachers who are intent on teaching alarmism instead of science.
Must students truly be taught the hectoring pronouncements of climate alarmists as incontrovertible truth, but be denied knowledge of the facts that expose their dogma?
Minds are opening and the media doesn't like it.
To the consternation of alarmists, New York Times op ed writer Bret Stephens openly questioned the "consensus" that has demanded uniform acceptance without question of the global warming/climate change orthodoxy. As CFACT policy analyst Larry Bell reports, Stephens asserts that ordinary citizens have a right to be skeptical of an "overweening scientism." He wisely warns us to remember that "history is littered with the human wreckage of scientific errors married to political power."
Warming campaigners don't want columnist Bret Stephens asking questions about the climate in the New York Times.