Climate Skeptics Have a Hobby. It's Called "Going Down The Up Escalator"
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The Skeptical Science Escalator (by Dana Nuccitelli) featured in the PBS documentary Climate of Doubt.

If you’ve been unfortunate enough recently to be in earshot of Fox News,  talk radio, or seen a tattered copy of the once great Wall Street Journal, you probably have seen/heard the meme du jour in climate denial circles.

“There’s been no warming in 16 years.”

While the video above highlights the art of cherry-picking, John Cook and the Skeptical Science team have come up with a brilliant, and short, video response that should bring this conversation to a quick conclusion.

 



Summary from http://climatecrocks.com/2013/01/10/skeptical-science-on-the-16-years-nonsense/#more-13526

 

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on Sun, Jan 13 2013 · 2,683 Views
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