April 3, 2012

Brawling in the Climate Casino

Cohen/Happer/Lindzen, New York Review of Books


AP

To the Editors: In the March 22, 2012, issue of The New York Review, William Nordhaus presents his opinion on why global warming skeptics in general, and the sixteen scientists and engineers who wrote two Wall Street Journal Op Eds in particular, are “wrong.” We are three of those sixteen authors, and we respond here to Professor Nordhaus. . .

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TAGGED: Climate Science, Global Warming, Climate Change, The New York Review Of Books

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