The Union of Concerned 'Scientists', which accepts anyone with a check book [including dogs] into their political action front-group of mostly non-scientists, has produced the 'explainer' below claiming climate skeptics are "trying to confuse us all" "not with facts or reasoned argument - but with disinformation."
This is laughably false and illustrated by over 3,000 peer-reviewed published scientific papers cited, analyzed, and referenced on this little unpaid-volunteer blog alone, not to mention many others, The NIPCC Report, and blogs by top climate scientists. The UCS is clearly projecting it's own shameful tactics of "trying to confuse us all" "not with facts or reasoned argument - but with disinformation."
The dysexplainer uses the example of Steve Gorham's 2013 article in The Washington Times pointing out that due to the unpredictable and intermittent nature of wind & solar power, it is doubtful that these renewable sources reduce CO2 emissions. Subsequent analyses by energy experts have borne out his assertion. The UCS simply ignores the huge intermittancy problems of renewable energy and drags out the old, tired, repeatedly debunked & irrelevant 'big tobacco' argument, since that's much easier than using "facts or reasoned argument."