How did the expert memes get a bad rap?

Experts and policymakers are struggling to understand why expert memes are so often used as a scapegoat in the public debate about global warming.

The experts and policymakers involved are often unfamiliar with the issues, and sometimes skeptical of the arguments.

The meme phenomenon has its origins in a 2012 film by the American comedy group Funny Or Die, The Big Lebowski, which has since become a worldwide sensation.

The film follows the titular lebowski (played by Matt LeBlanc) as he works as a software engineer in a startup.

As he discovers a new way to automate the work of his co-workers, he decides to call it a day.

But it is not just the lebowski, but also a team of colleagues who find themselves on the losing end of a debate over climate change that is a meme.

The term meme comes from the Greek word for “good or something,” and the phrase has become an increasingly common name for a series of internet memes.

A meme is a piece of content that is used as shorthand for a shared understanding or understanding among the group.

It can be seen as a shorthand for understanding the general concept of something, whether it be a phrase, image or a series, or a specific idea, or as a set of ideas or concepts.

In the context of climate change, a meme can refer to any of a range of ideas, including the “global warming” meme, which refers to the global climate change phenomenon that is currently underway.

Some of the experts and the media have dismissed the term as a meme as a result of the film.

Others say the term is just a way of describing something as a general concept, rather than a specific belief.

The phrase was coined by the New York Times’ John Donohue in the film Lebowsky.

In The Big Lie, a spoof of the news show The Biggest Loser, the narrator, Mike, is an engineer who has just discovered a new algorithm to automate all of the repetitive jobs of his colleagues.

The algorithm is called a “green” meme and he is in the process of using it to replace the previous algorithm that had been in place for some time.

But the algorithm has a few flaws.

For example, the new algorithm was programmed to take only the most expensive energy source in the world and then make a profit by using it, rather like an oil company would use a gasoline engine to make a lot more money than the cheapest one.

The Big Lebbowski, as the film was titled, has been a meme for several years now, and the meme has now become a well-known fact in the field of climate science, especially in the United States, where a lot of the popular memes have been created.

“People use the term meme because it is a simple shorthand for something,” said Stephen Kretzmann, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

“A meme is shorthand for what a common idea is, or what a shared idea is.”

In a recent report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the experts said the word meme had become a common term, but the term was not widely used in scientific circles.

They said it was used by some to describe a simple idea, but not by the scientific community to refer to an accepted idea, and they pointed out that the word has been used by other scientists in the past.

The study, entitled The Globalization of Expert-Mentored Science and The Spread of Climate Misinformation, found that experts and politicians had a lot in common when it came to their views on climate change.

“The consensus view is that the climate is changing, and that humans are the main cause,” said the report.

“Experts and politicians have a common belief that the science is settled, that we know the cause of the climate change and that we should be responsible for mitigation efforts,” the authors said.

They noted that the term has been associated with various political campaigns and political campaigns in particular, including one that the Republican candidate Donald Trump was behind, which was used to criticize climate science by the Trump campaign.

“Trump is well known for his anti-science comments, including his belief that human activity is causing global warming,” said John Dolan, professor of political science at the California Institute of Technology.

“He is known for having made statements about the scientific consensus.

The term has become a part of the campaign platform and is widely used,” he said.”

So when we see the use of the term ‘climate meme,’ it’s not just to say it’s a common opinion,” said Peter Dutton, a climate change expert at the Center for Climate Change Communication at the Massachusetts Institute of Tech.”

It’s also to imply that the people using the term are people who are experts and have a lot to say,” Dutton said.

The word meme is not new.

In fact, experts have long used it to refer specifically to a specific opinion.

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