Time Magazine Calls Krauthammer 'Unfrozen Caveman' for Climate Skepticism

Time Magazine Calls Krauthammer 'Unfrozen Caveman' for Climate Skepticism
February 26, 2014

James M. Taylor, J.D.

James M. Taylor is managing editor of Environment & Climate News, a national monthly... (read full bio)

Time magazine senior editor Jeffrey Kluger repeatedly called Charles Krauthammer an “unfrozen caveman” this week after Krauthammer laid out the scientific case against global warming alarmism in his Washington Post column. Kluger’s juvenile personal attacks continue the longstanding practice of global warming alarmists attacking the Scientific Method and personally vilifying those who adhere to it.

Kluger’s temper tantrum follows University of California at San Diego history professor Naomi Oreskes suggesting rounding up global warming skeptics and charging them with crimes under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) mafia law.

Name-calling and temper tantrums may help global warming alarmists vent their anger and rage at being proven wrong by the science, but that doesn’t change the fact that they are continually proven wrong by the science.

In my weekly Forbes.com column, I further explain how global warming alarmists are merely shooting themselves in the foot with their attacks on science. Read the full article here.

James M. Taylor, J.D.

James M. Taylor is managing editor of Environment & Climate News, a national monthly... (read full bio)