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    Yes, anyone who throws troublesome data at icons of accepted thought is always considered such.

    He has raised several points worth considering that do not fit with the orthodoxy. You will remember that in the 70s climatologists were predicting an ice age. His final thought is that climates always change and ours is doing so now. And that our management of forests and wildlife areas has introduced many unforseen problems that run counter to the accepted environmental science models. What's nutty about that?
     

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