Apocalypse Soon?

@article{Feinberg2011ApocalypseS,
  title={Apocalypse Soon?},
  author={M. Feinberg and R. Willer},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={34 - 38}
}
Though scientific evidence for the existence of global warming continues to mount, in the United States and other countries belief in global warming has stagnated or even decreased in recent years. One possible explanation for this pattern is that information about the potentially dire consequences of global warming threatens deeply held beliefs that the world is just, orderly, and stable. Individuals overcome this threat by denying or discounting the existence of global warming, and this… Expand
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