The Global Warming Debate Gets a Website

Finally, a website devoted exclusively to presenting both sides of the global warming controversy: http://climatedebatedaily.com.

The home page is laid out in two columns, one listing recent news items supporting global warming alarmists, and the other listing recent news items supporting the global warming skeptics. As one reviewer noted, this approach fails to account for the broad range of nuanced opinions that fall somewhere between these two poles. Nevertheless, it’s refreshing to see a public forum that encourages open debate on the subject. The site includes a host of links to other websites and blogs, both pro and con.

The creators of the site, Denis Dutton (con) and Douglas Campbell (pro), are professors who are committed to an editorial policy of “studied neutrality,”

. . . allowing each side to present its most powerful and persuasive case. Our object is to allow readers to form their own judgments based on the best available information.

Now this is the way true science should be conducted. Well done, professors.

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2 responses to “The Global Warming Debate Gets a Website

  1. Thank you!

    Denis Dutton

  2. globalwarmingwatcher

    Too late to debate. Watch this recent NASA report at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJqO4HbolQk.

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