I’m getting hits on this weblog from https://courses.edx.org/accounts/login?next=/courses/UQx/Denial101x/1T2015/discussion/forum/a5118f6c96944bc39b139602c41306d3/threads/553f780445b3c3b1b9000080. That’s the website where John Cook and his merry band of witch hunters are busy inoculating innocent minds to prevent contamination from skeptics and lukewarmers.
For those of you arriving from that site, welcome! I wouldn’t want it to be said that we dastardly denialisters are inhospitable. I mean, wrecking the planet is one thing, but rudeness? Heaven forfend.
While you’re here, I hope you check out some of the things I’ve written about the fearless leaders of your course.
Long ago, before climate change brought sea level rise to our collective intention, the phrase ‘beachfront property in Florida’ was used to describe a scam, a con, unethical real estate agents selling plots to gullible retirees.
Perhaps we should revive the phrase to discuss the course you are taking. On the other hand, if you think you are getting good value for money from your MOOC, (and time is money, innit?), perhaps I could interest you in a bridge in Brooklyn, slightly used, only one owner.