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Eric Worrall wants the New York Times to "balance" facts with conspiracy theories

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edited August 2016 in Blog articles
The latest bit of denier silliness is from Eric Worrall at Wattsupwiththat. He doesn't like the advertisement from the New York Times, which is looking for a climate change editor. He thinks that part of their job should be to investigate and report on the latest wacky conspiracy theory that's floating about denier blogs. (HotWhopper does that job already  B)

Here's a link to the article: Eric Worrall wants the New York Times to "balance" facts with conspiracy theories

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  • I have spent the last 24 hours pulling apart the ideas of paid for or misinformed people to do with the uptake of Electric Vehicles and believe the number of posts saying that EV is worse than ICE is astounding, however to comment on the said person Worrall, who thinks that conspiracy people should be heard and put on an equal footing as some person who is working in the area is frankly laughable in the extreme.
    However in the no news junk newspaper and  even worse pay for view TV world we live in this often happens.
    Going forward this will not float one hopes.



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