~I see Katherine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, has said that we climate deniers are "sinful". Who knew the Episcopal Church still had sins? Presumably climate denialism is the exception that proves the rule.
At any rate, the Twitter mutaween, acting either on the Episcopal edict or on the usual abuse of the complaints procedure by the Big Climate mullahs, have now shut down yet another climate dissident - the great Tom Nelson, whose perceptive observations and tireless research I have often reTweeted. As Joanne Nova recommends, contact @support and @twitter and let them know how you feel about their serving as blasphemy cops for climate apostasy.
Jo, by the way, is one of the authors I'm proud to appear beside in the new book Climate Change: The Facts. It's available in eBook format from Amazon and all the usual outlets. But you can also order it in paperback direct from SteynOnline - and I'll be happy to autograph it for you or any tedious warm-mongering loved one who might benefit from an alternative point of view.
And as we see, from Kenya to Indiana to Twitter, the "alternative point of view" is a far more endangered species than the polar bear.