It is bunk.
... merely 36 percent of respondents fit the "Comply with Kyoto" model. The scientists in this group "express the strong belief that climate change is happening, that it is not a normal cycle of nature, and humans are the main or central cause."This is important evidence. The results cannot be ascribed to conservative skeptics (no doubt paid off by men in top hats with bundles of cash) ginning up a biased survey. Not only was it peer reviewed and published in an established journal, Organization Studies, Taylor notes:
The authors of the survey report, however, note that the overwhelming majority of scientists fall within four other models, each of which is skeptical of alarmist global warming claims.
One interesting aspect of this new survey is the unmistakably alarmist bent of the survey takers. They frequently use terms such as "denier" to describe scientists who are skeptical of an asserted global warming crisis, and they refer to skeptical scientists as "speaking against climate science" rather than "speaking against asserted climate projections." Accordingly, alarmists will have a hard time arguing the survey is biased or somehow connected to the 'vast right-wing climate denial machine.'Not only is global warming a fallacy and fraud, it is being sold by President Obama on the basis of a fallacy and fraud.
Another interesting aspect of this new survey is that it reports on the beliefs of scientists themselves rather than bureaucrats who often publish alarmist statements without polling their member scientists.
Hat tip: John Dunn