As stated in my last post I’ve been developing a resource intended to both analysis the politics of the climate chance skeptics and provide counters to their arguments in much the same way Skeptical Science does for scientific arguments.
The working title for this project is Skeptic Politics.
The beta can be viewed by clicking on the image below:
It may be that the title is too similar to John Cook’s Skeptical Science, so thoughts on this welcome. I’ll be contacting the Skeptical Science crew to let them know what I’m doing. Also, I may see if they might be interested in publishing some of the content from Skeptical Politics.
The site is divided into two main sections
- Arguments – looks at the various arguments made by sceptics segmented into conspiracies, financial, political and sociological arguments
- Players – a database of the major players. I’m staring small, with Australian and New Zealand skeptics. The intent is to profile their activities, and highlight their individual politics.
This is the very early days, so I’m giving readers here a preview in order to seek feedback and suggestions.