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Why are such a large portion of questions from global warming deniers copied from wattsupwiththat?

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In the vane of "Why is every question from an alarmist a rant?" posted by 'anonymous' who has everyone concerned about global warming blocked.

One presumes that wuwt includes answers to the questions, so there is obviously no intent to gain information.

Why ask questions that someone else has made up for you?
Isn't that kind of like being a parrot with fingers?
Update: There have been a couple complaints about http://www.skepticalscience.com/
One might note that there are no pre-written questions for folks to post.
One might also note that I've never used it as the source for a question.
One might also note that I never use specific information from it to answer a question.
Virtually every time I use it, I provide the link when AGW deniers have posted answers that are downright wrong.
Usually, when I do, I post NASA, NOAA, NSF and/or wikipedia links as well.
asked Aug 18, 2016 in Environment by smyadmin

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WUWT,NoTricksZone, Real Science, etc., all sell "sciency-looking" non-science to people who either don't know the difference or are psychologically incapable of true skepticism because of their political faith and fear.

Deniers have brought nothing to the table, scientifically. They have been attacking climate science full-throttle for the last 7 years, but have had no affect on it. Their every claim to success has been political and in affecting the opinions of people with no knowledge of science - and even that is doomed to failure. Science and physics are real - and their "common sense" is a lie.

They are like the people in the following video who believe that their car ir rolling up hill because that is what their eyes and brains tell them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxpLzmC49UI
answered Aug 18, 2016 by moscl

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