James Taranto read Tom Friedman’s column yesterday:
You know the global warmists are in trouble when they start getting advice on rhetoric and communication from Thomas Friedman. And the advice is hilarious:
In my view, the climate-science community should convene its top experts–from places like NASA, America’s national laboratories, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, the California Institute of Technology and the U.K. Met Office Hadley Centre–and produce a simple 50-page report. They could call it “What We Know,” summarizing everything we already know about climate change in language that a sixth grader could understand, with unimpeachable peer-reviewed footnotes.
They could call it “The Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.” And they’ll get it right this time, they promise!