A tipping point? Manzi:

I have made this same point about the problematic relationship between conservatives and science. But most liberals are afraid to confront the fact that liberalism also has, for entirely different reasons, its own problems with science. It is my view that both have created a less-than-productive discussion vis-à-vis global warming, but I hope that we can start to move past them a little bit.

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