ThinkProgress has a little more on rightwing attempts to spin yesterday’s NAS report, as well as Gore’s reaction to said efforts:

Gore explained that science, by nature, thrives on uncertainty and tries to eliminate it; politics, on the other hand, is vulnerable to being paralyzed by uncertainty. When science and politics converge, Gore argued, the chance for "cowardice is high."

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