For me, we should not be too alarmist
on this because China has given names to many things.
The lawmaker also tagged as 'irresponsible, alarmist
, speculative and malicious' the statements of the justice secretary and the VACC members.
The actual "97 percent" lie is the product, principally, of two propaganda exercises masquerading as scientific "studies" by Australian alarmist
John Cook and Harvard "historian of science" and virulent AGW promoter Naomi Oreskes.
As for the latest politically-adjusted report from the alarmists
at the IPCC, their initial scare was that rising temperatures were causing the climate to change outside natural variability.
Most complaints were about the use of the word "exterminate", which they said was alarmist
and misleading because the trial cull was only in two areas of England.
Speaking to state broadcaster CyBC, Kassinis said the media needs to stop publishing alarmist
reports and wait for the official results to be announced in the coming days.
These are alarmist
reports which should not be taken at face value," Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told mediapersons.
These are alarmist
reports and should not be taken at face value," said Dr.
It certainly sounds alarmist
but experts warn that it will become a reality unless people change their lifestyles.
It's interesting, however, that when journalists seek interviews with those in the know, somehow the alarmist
tone melts away amid vague calls for people to be "more aware of the risks" and, in the case of the Assembly Government, turns into a concerted effort not to answer our questions.
This is a disappointing departure away from evidence-based reasoning and into the realm of sci fi and alarmist
futurology," said an NFU spokesman.
Climate Confusion has solid science on how weather operates, but most space is devoted to climate alarmist
motivations, biases, and social networks.
FORGET a rational debate over post office closures - let's indulge in a vain, alarmist
new paper campaign, coupled with insincere gripes from Tory MPs who have no intention of reversing the policy.
Politicians from all parties should challenge such exaggerated alarmist
talk from certain sections of the clergy.
From the more alarmist
wings of the association management community comes some interesting literature about the future of associations (like NEHA and our many affiliates) and the likelihood of our survival.