Life Imitates Art: Climate-Change Edition

In a previous post I wrote about one of the silliest letters ever signed by a group of very smart people. At the end of my comment, I wrote:

If a letter from 100 United States Senators was full of spelling and grammar errors, would you trust it?

The letter was written by Peter Gleick, a MacArthur Prize winner. In a follow-up essay in the Huffington Post, he twice called ice floes “ice flows” (“there really are polar bears on ice flows”). Who says life doesn’t imitate art?

3 Replies to “Life Imitates Art: Climate-Change Edition”

  1. You’re just trying to divert public attention once again from the facts of climate change, and grasping at spelling-error straws to muddy the waters and confuse the public!!!

    Admit it, Seth, you are part of the evil climate change denial machine.

  2. I see they’ve fixed the spelling, perhaps thanks to you. No editorial note records the correction. Another item for your Orwell file.

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