The discussion of statistics in the Roger Clemens case has made me think about the statistics that support the theory of global warming. For anyone to have the arrogance that they can predict what the climate will be in 100 years seems absurd to me - are there any global warming skeptics that are getting any attention from the press? I would love for freakonomics to look into that issue...

A. Carlill

Climatologists aren't talking about accurately predicting what the climate will be in 100 years; they're talking about general (and threatening) trends. Few, if any, global warming skeptics actually practice valid science; the vast majority of scientists today believe that anthropogenic global warming is taking place.