Scientific American Slams the Wall Street Journal

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Scientific American just published a somewhat scathing attack on the Wall Street Journal, accusing their editorial board of

hurling editorials of stunning misdirection at their readers, continuing their irresponsible drumbeat that global warming is junk science.

The DeSmogBlog would like to applaud them for their stern telling off of the paper. We couldn’t have done it better ourselves:

The Wall Street Journal editorial page has for years railed against these scientific findings on climate change, even as the global consensus has reached nearly 100 percent of the scientific community.

Amen!

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