More on climate science in the New Mexico Republican Senate race, this time printed on pieces of paper and thrown in people’s driveways, old school style. (the Intertubes version is here):
In taking those positions, Wilson and Pearce are out of step with the vast majority of climate scientists, who agree that Earth is warming and that humans are very likely to blame. The stability of the majority of climate scientists on the issue is about as solid as scientific views on a public policy question ever get. But climate scientists won’t be selecting the Republican party’s candidate for U.S. Senate come June 3 — New Mexico Republican voters will. And in staking out the positions they have, Pearce and Wilson appear to be in sync with Republican voters.