February 21, 2012

Scientists Reply on Global Warming

Trenberth, Wall Street Journal


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The interest generated by our Wall Street Journal op-ed of Jan. 27, "No Need to Panic about Global Warming," is gratifying but so extensive that we will limit our response to the letter to the editor the Journal published on Feb. 1, 2012 by Kevin Trenberth and 37 other signatories, and to the Feb. 6 letter by Robert Byer, President of the American Physical Society. (We, of course, thank the writers of supportive letters. . .)

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TAGGED: Climate Science, Climate Change, Global Warming, Wall Street Journal

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