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  • n. A person who believes that global warming is real, and is caused by human activity


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  • The bunnies may have noticed the push towards "warmist".

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  • Nevertheless, the report is based on the usual litany of "warmist" propaganda and speculation, and does not take into account the recent flattening of the global temperature curve, nor of this current winter which has the global January temperate below the 20th Century average.

    We’re all (not) going to die!

  • Probably, but I think part of his puzzlement arises from assuming that I and all "warmist" climate researchers share his policy objectives.

    Climate Progress

  • The truth is none of us know for sure if AGW is happenning or not, whether to use the language of this divisive blog a "warmist" or "denier" (that goes for Christopher Booker too unless he is indeed blessed with omniscience across all the many disciplines he pronounces on).


  • Having had at its helm Sir John Houghton, a conviction 'warmist', in 2006 it acquired a new and highly controversial chairman - Robert Napier.

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  • One of the reasons I would like to do this is a "warmist" was recently challenged by a


  • Edd and I are also serious about trying to find an attorney to help us attack the "warmist" liars.

    Pat Gray

  • And speaking of consensus, Mike Flynn -- officially in danger of being added to my blogroll -- has this to say about "warmist" science.

    The Paragraph Farmer

  • I don't agree with your stance here (I would be called a 'warmist' in this company), but from a quick read I enjoyed the post and at least the first chart looks reasonable at first glance.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • I will become a "warmist" if anybody can prove to me that sea levels have risen, since records began, in Aberdeen and Vanuatu. at 09: 51 AM



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