Scientists accused of ‘overheated claims’ about global warming
'There's a small percentage that loves the crisis narrative, and they just repeat it over and over to each other.'
The CBC has recently been trying to increase its quota of articles that suggest neutrality. This one, however, seems the most extraordinary. It exchanges the favourite fable of the journalistic tribe, ‘Chicken Licken’ for ‘The Emperor Has No Clothes’.
Perhaps the journalistic profession has finally realized how badly their credibility has been hit by engaging in partisanship and activism for allegedly progressivist causes. They certainly fit the description of the small percentage of people that ‘loves the crisis narrative’.
I’ll wait for the follow-up article where they trace who benefits from the apocalyptic predictions that result from its usual science reporting.
But this is a candid article on the disservice done to science and the public by the usual doomsaying.
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