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Hurrah for Scepticism - The Observer

One of these statements appears in The Observer - the other is a bizarre fiction.

"The pro-GM lobby has done a fantastic job in persuading the media and politicians that even the most modest GM-scepticism is tantamount to extreme science-hating emotionalism," Jonathon Porritt has written. "To express any reservations about the notional sustainability benefits of current GM crops, let alone about the massively hyped potential benefits of future GM products, is to open oneself up to the charge of debilitating technophobia."

"The pro-AGW lobby has done a fantastic job in persuading the media and politicians that even the most modest AGW-scepticism is tantamount to extreme science-hating emotionalism," Lord Monckton has written. "To express any reservations about the notional sustainability benefits of current "Carbon" regulations, let alone about the massively hyped IPCC reports, is to open oneself up to the charge of debilitating technophobia."

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It's certainly turning around.

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