February 22, 2012

Peter Gleick's Astonishing Lapse of Judgment

Megan McArdle, The Atlantic

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I hardly know what to say about the latest developments in the Heartland document dump.  Profanity seems too weak, and incredulity too tame.

To recap for those who weren't following along at home, last week, someone emailed a bunch of climate bloggers documents that purportedly came from the Heartland Institute, a think tank which has been active in promoting skepticism about global warming.
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TAGGED: Climate Change, Ethics, Peter Gleick


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