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This is the first AGW defense I have read that acknowledges the issue of alarmism, which by itself makes it an interesting read. The author even allows that it is not unreasonable for a non-expert to feel as though AGW belongs in the same bucket as the various media-driven panics of the past: DDT, Global Cooling, food crises, acid rain, etc.
In doing so and sticking to science rather than name-calling, he does more to convey a good-faith agenda than many of the sneering hordes on both sides. As he puts it, “scientific skepticism is a good thing”. Those who would look down on ANY questioning of prevailing science would do well to remember that, and to present a calm, grounded and data-driven defense of the views they hold.