I like Charles Krauthammer.
"Charles Krauthammer says it right up front in his Washington Post column: “I’m not a global warming believer. I’m not a global warming denier.”
He does, however, challenge the notion that the science on climate change is settled and says those who insist otherwise are engaged in “a crude attempt to silence critics and delegitimize debate.”
How ironic, then, that some environmental activists launched a petition urging the Post not to publish Krauthammer’s column on Friday.
Their response to opinions they disagree with is to suppress the speech.
Brad Johnson (@ClimateBrad), the editor of HillHeat.com and a former Think Progress staffer, boasted on Twitter that 110,000 people had urged the newspaper “to stop publishing climate lies” like the Krauthammer piece."
I've listened to Charles of tens if not more hours over the last ten years and I pretty much agree with what he has to say. I don't think he is wrong on this opinion, I am also not a global warming "agreer" if you think about the cycles that were started eons ago, I tend to be a global warming denier like he suggests.
Yes, we know the population growth of the earth has had impact on weather, maybe even climate cycles but they are minuscule to the big picture.
The biggest challenge is feeding another billion people in the next 12 years while trying to do that "sustainably," like we have learned to do a little better the last 100 years or so, especially with no-till and better land management practices.