Climate change fiction

If I were to write an editorial in support of the idea the sun revolves around the earth, water flows uphill or aliens built the Bennington Battle Monument, I trust The Times Argus would not publish it.

Yet The Times Argus editor consistently publishes opinion pieces that are just as inaccurate and wrongheaded: John McClaughry’s unsupported assertions about climate change. Overwhelming evidence shows climate change is real and caused by humans. McClaughry has no evidence to the contrary. I am in favor of free speech, but printing such nonsense is harmful to us all.

Opinions on climate change that are not backed by science have no place in your pages.

Gary Miller


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Is Gary suggesting that we silence public debate, critical thinking and discussion or... climate heretics if you will?

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