We wrote below on MIT Professor Richard Lindzen’s excellent piece in the WSJ this week by the above title. It was subscription only at the time, but now has apparently been moved outside the fence for those of you who didn’t see it. It’s a great piece. He nails it in his conclusion that, “There is a clear attempt to establish truth not by scientific methods but by perpetual repetition.”
If they just say, “consensus” enough, maybe it’ll become true.
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