As we said in one of our morning sections, when we read arguments about global warming, they will not be neutral. They're not supposed to be. They are judgements, conclusions reached after studying the facts. As critical thinkers, we'relearning not only to make sound judgements and to offer sound judgement; we're also learning todetect sound judgements when we see them.
Below you'll find lots of positions and lots of links. You can't judge the soundness of these conclusions without checking out the links. Take you time. Comment more than once. Don't limit yourself just to these. But read. You can't reach a conclusion without information.
On climate change, it's the Republicans versus reality
Sun Sep 26, 2010 at 04:00:53 PM PDT
The Wonk Room at Think Progress has been taking a look at Republican Senate candidates on the issue of climate change, and it should come as no surprise that when it comes to Republicans and science, never the twain shall meet.