Climate Depot is trumpeting a NewsBusters blog post that attempts to debunk the most recent consensus study finding there is 90% consensus about human-caused climate change among scienitsts who have published more than 10 peer-reviewed papers on climate.
In the post, Marc Morano (former Inhofe spokesman and prolific denier who runs Climate Depot) is quoted saying he has a list of 1,000 scientists who dissent from the consensus, which is supposed to rebut the peer-reviewed survey. Morano claims the consensus study only shows "it is easier to get papers published if they support the narrative of man-made global warming." Well yes Marc, that's true. Because it's hard to get something published that's incorrect.
That seems to be the substance of the "debunking," because the rest of the post is just about how the media has used the 97% consensus in the past to say there's no longer any debate. It then goes on to cite a number of studies finding a similarly high level of consensus, followed by rebuttals that are as flimsy and empty as you would expect. For example, the post says that even some skeptics are included in the consensus, which the author portrays as a reason not to believe it, instead of a reason to think, "Hey, if even the 'skeptics' agree, then there really must be a consensus!"