From the Brent Bozell oil-backed echo chamber  comes a lovely screed today that clearly defines global warming "alarmism." Or at least how it is defined by an organization devoted to outing the great Liberal conspiracy in the US media.
It also seems they're now resorting to sci-fi writers to "debunk" global warming.
And apparently, "debunk" in the mind of Newsbuster writer Noel Sheppard,  has nothing to do with actual science, but the rantings of a sci fi writer named Orson Scott Card.
And Card's scientific conclusions "debunking" human-induced global warming? To quote:
What matters right here and now is that it is time for the world's scientists to apostatize from the Church of Global Warming. It is a false religion. It is based on lies, and its leading prophets know that it is because they're the ones faking the data..."
It is time for us to laugh at the ideologues who try to pretend that any criticism of Global Warming alarmism is idiotic and unscientific. They are the ones who ignore the data..."
The Global Warming alarmists are the anti-science religion that is trying to forcibly indoctrinate and convert everyone while suppressing dissent. And the news media are their patsies, their stooges, their puppets."
So if Sheppard believes the statements he so enthusiastically embraced above are a "debunking," what would he consider to be "alarmist" language?
In an earlier post today  Shepard cries "alarmist" over the following statement about a new global warming film reviewed in the New York Times:
"Gripping moments like this abound in 'Arctic Tale,'  a new film exploring challenges facing polar bears and walruses, two familiar denizens of the icy, but warming, seas at the top of the world."
I'm sorry who's alarmist?