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denialist

(dɪˈnaɪəlɪst)
n
a person who refuses to accept something that is regarded as an established fact: a Holocaust denialist.
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"This denialism is the crux of the new nationalism's disloyal contempt for the United States of America."
"What drove the New Yorker's Jane Mayer into Al Franken denialism?" asked Salon.
Yet, increasingly, Cobb, Shukla, and others in the field have begun publicly discussing the psychological impact of contending with data pointing to a looming catastrophe, dealing with denialism and attacks on science, and observing government inaction in the face of climate change.
Fortunately, a growing chorus of Democrats has begun to demand genuine action that would start to make up for decades of climate-change denialism lite.
At times this obsessive denialism can seem delusional and even comic.
This group works with at least one extreme right wing billionaire who funds climate change denialism.
During Raymond's time at ExxonMobil the company covered up the findings of its own climate research and was a major funder of the climate denialism movement of the late 1990s and early 2000s which did incalculable harm to the planet in terms of misleading the American public and policymakers on the reality of climate, and so delaying any action at a critical time.
"I've seen concern about climate change denialism come up many times in exvangelical discussions," says Stroop.
Among other things, it is also active in HIV and AIDS denialism and its journal the also-official-sounding Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons is a leading source of pseudoscience.
It takes a determined kind of denialism to reject all evidence that the Earth isn't flat, as though flight plans, space exploration and physics were all born of conspiracy.
And while Germany is at least moving away from its denialism about power, it is not doing so fast enough to keep up with the pace of global change.