I have often blogged on the controversy surrounding Environment change, Green House Effect and Global Warming.
There have been Scientific papers denying the Climate Change’
A Scientist,Nobel Laureate, resigned from a Premier Institution because the Paper denying Climate change was refused to be Published.
I have written the fact many NGOs exist by the people’s fear of Climate Change and it is a Huge Industry, raking in enormous profits for the NGOs.
Now the Media, Los Angeles Times’ has joined the fray by refusing to publish letters that deny Climate Change.
A piece this weekend debunking the claim that Congress and the president are exempted from Obamacare has drawn a harsh reaction from some readers and conservative bloggers. But their umbrage wasn’t with the piece’s explanation of why letters making this claim do not get published.
Rather, they were upset by the statement that letters “[saying] there’s no sign humans have caused climate change” do not get printed. Noel Sheppard at NewsBusters blogged about it over the weekend:
“It’s one thing for a news outlet to advance the as yet unproven theory of anthropogenic global warming; it’s quite another to admit that you won’t publish views that oppose it.
“As amazing as it may seem, that’s exactly what the Los Angeles Times did Saturday in an article by editorial writerJon Healey….
“So letters to the editor ‘that say there’s no sign humans have caused climate change … do not get printed.’
“That’s quite a statement coming from an editorial writer not named Al Gore.”
The protagonists of Climate Change picked this up and started,
The Los Angeles Times recently announced that they are refusing to publish letters that deny climate change. Their reasoning is simple: climate denial contradicts basic science, and journalists should not print factually inaccurate information. This is a huge opportunity to demand that other mainstream newspapers follow the L.A. Times’ lead and refuse to publish climate misinformation, too.
Sign the petition below to tell the editors of The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal: our country’s most respected newspapers should refuse to print letters that deny basic science. ‘
The fallacy here is there for every one to see.