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  1. MH
    March 3, 2017 @ 3:51 am

    “Only after reading the statement on nuclear power did they regard him as less credible. Researchers said this suggests that scientists can advocate for climate action so long as they stop short of endorsing specific policies.”
    Then the loss of credibility should also have happen also with the statement on coal. I bet if he had advocated for more renewables he wouldn’t have loss any credibility.
    Let’s face it, scientists lose credibility when they are pushing for nuclear only because the public don’t want to hear it, not because they are “endorsing specific policies”.
    Decades of fear mongering are now costing us the climate.
    http://www.nytimes.com/1970/01/11/archives/coal-power-gets-assist-from-youth.html?_r=1

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