The rhetoric just won't go away. It won't even die down.
Here's Climate Progress citing James Hansen, "the nation’s top climate scientist":
"if we, in effect, destroy Creation, passing on to our children, grandchildren, and the unborn a situation out of their control, the contrarians who work to deny and confuse will not be the principal culprits...."
Now we are being called "destroyers of Creation" -- and most of those who embrace the climate change religion are darwinists who don't even believe in a Creator! What possible difference can it make if we destroy what was never intended or designed in the first place?
* "Passing on to our unborn"? The leading crusaders for climate change hysteria are not just darwinists, they are also the ones most likely to shout about a "woman's right to choose" [Hello, Al Gore!]. Surely those who insist the unborn have no right to exist cannot now say that the unborn can nevertheless make demands on the living.
* "Contrarians who work to deny and confuse". This is the criticism we get for pointing out that NASA's data was WRONG.
It is not denial to point out that data is wrong and misleading.
And that's the way the Ball bounces.