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Not having read TFA due to paywall I've noticed that a hell of a lot of people deriding critical thinking really mean something like: "So many people disagree with me about the environment/healthcare/religion/liberty/whatever and I just know they're wrong so they must be unable to think critically."
They, them, over there. There are whole courses run on "Why other people are so unfathomably wrong." 
Maybe the TFA says so, but maybe we should actually look at our own thinking. What facts we'd actually not bet on yet find it ok to use as opinion foundations. How many ways could we be wrong in what we think. It doesn't seem to be popular (or I'm missing the point, am not up to date with the zeitgeist, or thinking is totally overrated anyway or ...)
 one example. Maybe it's excellent, for all I know. https://www.edx.org/course/making-sense-climate-science-deni...!
⬐ gus_massaOne of the problems with the current state of this issue is that both sides abuses of name calling. I think there are no "Climate Science Deniers" out there. There is a "Climate Science" for sure!
A better description is "Anthropogenic Climate Change Deniers" (or "Anthropogenic Global Warming Skeptics"). Are this changes created by the human activities?⬐ JoeAltmaierBoth are irrelevant - its just blame-throwing. The climate is changing regardless. What will we do about it? Doing nothing is not acceptable.