Global Warming in the Table of Contents

THIS is a brief housekeeping note. As you’ve noticed, we’ve been writing about global warming lately because of the peculiar confluence of that subject and The Controversy between creationism and evolution — especially since “ClimateGate” hit the news.

Archival links to those somewhat off-topic posts are scattered throughout several of our article lists, so we thought we should gather them all into one location. Somebody may find it convenient one day.

In making the new page of links, we were surprised to see how often the subject has come up. The phrase “global warming” appears even more than is apparent from the list we assembled, because it’s often mentioned by advocates of “teach the controversy” or “academic freedom” legislation. It’s one of the subjects besides creationism on which social conservatives seem fixated. But our new list doesn’t include posts that merely mention global warming — only those where the subject is actually discussed.

The page with links to all of our global warming posts can be accessed by a new topic link named “Creationism and Global Warming” in our Table of Contents. To save you the trouble of going there to see what we’ve done, here’s a direct link: Creationim and Global Warming.

But be assured, this blog isn’t drifting away from The Controversy. We plan to keep doing what we do. Global warming posts will appear only as part of the creationists’ war on reason and our defense of the Enlightenment.

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4 responses to “Global Warming in the Table of Contents

  1. “But be assured, this blog isn’t drifting away from The Controversy.”

    Glad to hear it Curm, I never considered you one to engage in neutral drift. Some intelligent design, a tad of artificial selection, maybe a bit of natural selection, but not drift.

  2. Relax, Tundra Boy. We’re sticking with The Controversy until the meteor strike. After that, we’ll have to re-think things.

  3. Curmudgeon wrote “It’s one of the subjects besides creationism on which social conservatives seem fixated”

    Thereby confirming my view that we should just lump them together and assume that their beliefs are fixed.

  4. Chris P says: “… and assume that their beliefs are fixed.”

    Well, they’re not open to reason, so I guess … yeah, their views aren’t going to change.