No. The risk is that by trying to hard too avoid criticism, scientific experts are failing in their duty to inform us fully of the facts and potential consequences of global warming.
It is really because of the debate generated by non-experts who would deny some of the consequences of global warming, that some gain the impression that the 'middle ground' is in the middle - hence that the experts must be in some way exaggerating.
It could be that those scientists are prostituting their professional integrity to continue receiving funding from proponents of a One World Government that hopes to gain political control by manufacturing the global warming crisis. Thirty years ago, the same groups were warning us of the coming ice age.