Consensus and dissent on global warming

Lawrence Solomon, a financial writer at the Canadian National Post is looking into the dissenters from the so-called consensus on global warming, and has experienced some surprises.  In what has now turned into a multi- part series titled "The Deniers." Solomon writes in the latest installment,
"More than six months ago, I began writing this series, The Deniers. When I began, I accepted the prevailing view that scientists overwhelmingly believe that climate change threatens the planet. I doubted only claims that the dissenters were either kooks on the margins of science or sell-outs in the pockets of the oil companies.
Solomon explained his methodology,
"My series set out to profile the dissenters... To demonstrate that dissent is credible, I chose high-ranking scientists at the world's premier scientific establishments."
Solomon added,
"Somewhere along the way, I stopped believing that a scientific consensus exists on climate change. Certainly there is no consensus at the very top echelons of scientists" -- (where he drew his subjects) -- and certainly there is no consensus among astrophysicists and other solar scientists...If anything, the majority view among these subsets of the scientific community may run in the opposite direction"
To date, Solomon has written 20 profiles and says he doesn't know when it will end. He says he keeps receiving emails from more scientists who express gratitude for his series.

This series is turning into a powerful counter-weight to the ridiculous, but often made claim of scientific consensus. I keep getting this image in my minds eye of these global warming monkeys in the media swinging around merrily out on this big limb that's about to get lopped off. Did Al Gore perjure himself?

Read the whole series, its filled with incredible information that undercut the basic premise of global warming. Like this one, 
"...we hear over and over again, that 2,000 or 2,500 of the world's top scientists endorse the IPCC position? I asked the IPCC for their names, to gauge their views. IPCC Secretariat responded. "The list with their names and contacts will be attached to future IPCC publications..." [emphasis added]
The media better have a lot of extra oars, let the rowback begin
Lawrence Solomon, a financial writer at the Canadian National Post is looking into the dissenters from the so-called consensus on global warming, and has experienced some surprises.  In what has now turned into a multi- part series titled "The Deniers." Solomon writes in the latest installment,
"More than six months ago, I began writing this series, The Deniers. When I began, I accepted the prevailing view that scientists overwhelmingly believe that climate change threatens the planet. I doubted only claims that the dissenters were either kooks on the margins of science or sell-outs in the pockets of the oil companies.
Solomon explained his methodology,
"My series set out to profile the dissenters... To demonstrate that dissent is credible, I chose high-ranking scientists at the world's premier scientific establishments."
Solomon added,
"Somewhere along the way, I stopped believing that a scientific consensus exists on climate change. Certainly there is no consensus at the very top echelons of scientists" -- (where he drew his subjects) -- and certainly there is no consensus among astrophysicists and other solar scientists...If anything, the majority view among these subsets of the scientific community may run in the opposite direction"
To date, Solomon has written 20 profiles and says he doesn't know when it will end. He says he keeps receiving emails from more scientists who express gratitude for his series.

This series is turning into a powerful counter-weight to the ridiculous, but often made claim of scientific consensus. I keep getting this image in my minds eye of these global warming monkeys in the media swinging around merrily out on this big limb that's about to get lopped off. Did Al Gore perjure himself?

Read the whole series, its filled with incredible information that undercut the basic premise of global warming. Like this one, 
"...we hear over and over again, that 2,000 or 2,500 of the world's top scientists endorse the IPCC position? I asked the IPCC for their names, to gauge their views. IPCC Secretariat responded. "The list with their names and contacts will be attached to future IPCC publications..." [emphasis added]
The media better have a lot of extra oars, let the rowback begin