Andrew Bolt - Dying for a heatwave
In 1956, US psychologist Leon Festinger became instantly famous for giving us "cognitive dissonance" -- the theory that humans couldn't tolerate two conflicting perceptions. One would have to go.
Ha! It's taken half a century, but warming believers are now making a monkey of old Festinger.
As proof, here are three recent news items about the latest pilgrimage to the North Pole of three scientists, all hot gospellers of our new faith and all convinced the ice cap is barely there.
March 18, 2009, from AFP: Project director and ice team leader Pen Hadow and his colleagues, Martin Hartley and Ann Daniels, are now down to half rations and fighting to survive in brutal sub-zero weather conditions.
Great stuff. Read it here.