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Quotation of the day on the credibility problem of global warming alarmists…. – Publications – AEI

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AEI Quotation of the day on the credibility problem of global warming alarmists…. ….. is from the Issues and Insight editorial “‘Global Temperature’ — Why Should We Trust A Statistic That Might Not Even Exist?“: The global warming alarmists, who have seized and now control the narrative — because, like a child who won’t stop crying for a toy he can’t have, they refuse give up — have a credibility problem. Actually, they have several. The public will eventually forget about them all, though, just as it has overlooked the mistakes by those who predicted other catastrophes that never arrived, such as Y2K, the new Ice Age, acid rain, mass human starvation, overpopulation, peak oil, and the Silent Spring. After all, humans have been watching Doomsday prophets fail throughout history. They’ve

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Quotation of the day on the credibility problem of global warming alarmists….

….. is from the Issues and Insight editorial “‘Global Temperature’ — Why Should We Trust A Statistic That Might Not Even Exist?“:

The global warming alarmists, who have seized and now control the narrative — because, like a child who won’t stop crying for a toy he can’t have, they refuse give up — have a credibility problem. Actually, they have several. The public will eventually forget about them all, though, just as it has overlooked the mistakes by those who predicted other catastrophes that never arrived, such as Y2K, the new Ice Age, acid rain, mass human starvation, overpopulation, peak oil, and the Silent Spring. After all, humans have been watching Doomsday prophets fail throughout history. They’ve been so common we hardly notice them.

Note: Issues & Insights is a website launched recently by the journalists behind the legendary Investor’s Business Daily editorial page.

Quotation of the day on the credibility problem of global warming alarmists….
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Mark J. Perry is concurrently a scholar at AEI and a professor of economics and finance at the University of Michigan’s Flint campus. He is best known as the creator and editor of the popular economics blog Carpe Diem. At AEI, Perry writes about economic and financial issues for American.com and the AEIdeas blog.

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