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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 05:20 pm
The New York Times reports a collapsed consensus:
Twenty years ago most scientists believed that deforestation was an inexorable result of industrialization and that the earth would soon be virtually denuded of trees.
To which the Waterbury Republican-American replies:
OK, no big deal, all those doomsaying scientists were wrong and the big trees are making a comeback. Yet the same people who are ready to dismiss the passionate and presumably well-researched beliefs of experts just 20 years ago view it as sacrilege when skeptics try to rebut today’s global-warming alarmists. May we stipulate it’s possible for scientists—even “most scientists”—to be wrong?
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