The Bellows: He begins a post by quoting this from Paul Krugman:
The chapter opens with the “global cooling” story — the claim that 30 years ago there was a scientific consensus that the planet was cooling, comparable to the current consensus that it’s warming.
And he says:
Why does Krugman keep doing this? Why does he continually misrepresent what others say? My theory is that he assumes those he disagrees with are either fools or knaves. Instead of doing a sympathetic reading, trying to discern what others are really trying to say, he looks for the “gotcha.” I just read the chapter, and it bears little resemblance to his description. And I have read a lot of scientific papers on geoengineering, on both sides of the issue, so I know a bit about the field.
The chapter indisputably opens with the global cooling story. There’s just no getting around it. Go here (PDF) and see for yourself. I don’t know what else there is to say about that...