How do you say "Silly Skeptic" in Chinese?

Wed, 2006-10-18 12:24Ross Gelbspan
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How do you say "Silly Skeptic" in Chinese?

Zhang Wenjing, a leading Chinese glaciologist has said that the world’s glaciers could neutralize the effects of global warming, by absorbing heat, which would help in curbing the rapid increase in global temperatures.

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The chinese guy: 

 <b> “In other words, the world’s 20 million square kilometers of glaciers and vast areas of ocean will not allow the global temperature to increase too fast,”</b>

http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/KUgOY8EQ5fwzk9/Scientist-Glaciers-Counteract-Global-Warming.xhtml

and hansen:

<b>The business-as-usual scenario, which could lead to an eventual sea level rise of eighty feet, with twenty feet or more per century, could produce global chaos</b>

http://www.nybooks.com/articles/19131 

I think the chinese guy should back up his statement with some numbers.  Maybe he simply hasn’t thought about how much a 20 foot /century sea level rise will impact the world. 

He certainly doesn’t seem like a skeptics.   He admits global warming is happening.  He just needs to back up his statement with some numbers.