WSJ: Prosecuting Climate Dissent

Progressives target Exxon for punishment over its research. Note the Los Angeles Times’ selective reporting that was used to get the persecutorial ball rolling.

From the Wall Street Journal editorial page:

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Note the selective reporting that was used as an excuse to get the persecutorial ball rolling:

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Read the entire editorial at WSJ.com.

Also check out the Exxon rebuttal.

6 thoughts on “WSJ: Prosecuting Climate Dissent”

  1. We live in strange times. Government scientists are committed to hiding reality – the Sun’s pulsar core – from the public.

    The “worse case” consequences of deceit about the Sun would be:

    1. Another solar eruption like the one that engulfed the planet in September 1859 – the Carrington event.

    2. The unshielded communications and electrical power grid of modern society instantly knocked out, plunging modern civilization into darkness and unable to communicate.

    3. Russians concluding their country had been attacked with nuclear weapons.

    4. Americans concluding their country had been attack with nuclear weapons.

    5. Any chance of recovery from a natural event destroyed by retaliatory nuclear explosions.

    That is a very real “worse case” scenario that can be avoided if scientists tell our elected government the truth so that the communications and electrical power grid are protected from another Carrington-type solar eruption.

    Thanks,
    Oliver K. Manuel

  2. This is an extension of the idiocy being nurtured at the universities…. no dissent no challenge. Next is book burning (and logically then, burning the data of those not on their warming list).

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