If one existed, would you join a professional organization dedicated to offering an alternate to organizations like the American Meteorological Society etc? (Poll Closed)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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  • Ceri Morgan - 9 years ago

    No. Firstly because I'm not a meteorologist, secondly because:

    I strongly believe that the global warming scare is without foundation and that it took root through a combination of substandard science, post-religious thinking, happenstance and group-think. This has been a difficult argument to propose in the socio-political climate of the last decade, but things are changing. Alarmists are starting to lose the argument as the truth of the situation becomes clearer every day, so this is the right time to redouble efforts to influence the existing professional bodies.

    Building a parallel sceptical organisation would play well to those already convinced by the evidence, but would not help to convince those who have bought the line that the science is settled and that 'deniers' have to set up their own organisations as their arguments can't stand up to the sunlight of open scientific discussion. The opposite is true, so why would we want to score such an own-goal ?

  • earthdog - 9 years ago

    I voted maybe. I'd join it, but I'm not a metorologist.

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