Skeptical Inquirer 36 (3) (2012)

Lawrence Torcello
Rochester Institute of Technology
The continuing rejection of anthropogenic global warming by non-experts despite overwhelming scientific consensus is rationally untenable and best described as “pseudoskeptical;” it is akin to AIDS denialism, the advocacy of intelligent design, and anti-vaccination movements.
Keywords Pseudoskepticism  Climate Denialism  Anthropogenic Global Warming
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