Thursday, November 02, 2006

More Lomborgian Flim-Flam

The Royal Society pointed out in its document “A guide to facts and fictions about climate change” that “the distinguished economist Jeffery Sachs pointed out in the Lancet that the Copenhagen Consensus (Lomborg’s group) suffered from “severe shortcomings” because it did not include input from scientists and “scientific information is presented through the over-simplified lens of rudimentary cost-benefit analysis”.

Yet here comes Bjorn Lomborg and his admirers at the WSJ claiming media discrimination as usual. Reports that aren't based on reality don't warrant equal billing. Or even acknowledgment for that matter.

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