Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Peer Reviewing Frank J.

Frank J. has incriminating excerpts from the purloined Climategate e-mails.

Like this one:
“One of the denialists found out that the data for my conclusive proof of global warming was corrupted because cats like to lay on the temperature sensors. We may need to redefine “peer review” to keep his paper from being published. Also, when in science is it okay to murder?”
I'm not sure, but I think Frank J. is just making this stuff up. You be the judge.


Blogger jake said...

Still not a peep from our local liberal Democrats on Climategate and the global warming fraud that's been perpetrated on the American public.
You would think the DNC spin machine could send out their marching orders faster than this.
Why no calls for an investigation by AG Holder or Congress?
Where's the moral outrage from the "most transparent Administration in history"?

It's amazing how silence can be so illuminating.

December 2, 2009 at 11:30 AM 
Blogger /mr said...

David Brock has covered the issue comprehensively. There is no smoking gun, not one shred of evidence that refutes the scientific fact that global warming is being influenced by humans. As Atrios put it today:

Data was stolen and then misrepresented in order to slander specific individuals, even to accuse them of criminal wrongdoing: this is what happened.

"ClimateGate" is about the contemptible methodology of powerful interests cheering on mass human suffering for narrow financial gain, full stop. It's about theft and libel. Period

oh...and Jesus didn't ride around on a dinosaur, either.

December 3, 2009 at 11:18 AM 
Blogger jake said...

Rasmussen Reports today advised their latest polls show just 25% of adults think that most scientists agree on the existence of global warming.
That's a distinct minority to support the Democrats' grandiose cap-and-tax scheme.

/mr suggests that it is "powerful interests cheering on mass human suffering".
When it is 75% of the population, the "mass human suffering" becomes the burden of liberal plans to interfere with our lives and take over our nation's economy.
If "narrow financial gain" means allowing individuals to decide what is the best use of their own money, rather than having governments decide for them, then let's all get narrow.

P.S. The best retort you could come up with for this global warming fraud is David Brock? Wow, you are scraping the bottom of the intellectual barrel.

December 3, 2009 at 11:17 PM 
Blogger Pro Christ Pro Gun said...

I have been told by some "smart" people that the debate is over, including Carr Everhart of the Wallingford Swarthmore School District. These people agree that a single volcanic eruption can put more carbon in the atmosphere than anything man has ever produced, yet they persist. Carr agreed with me in one discussion that the concentration of carbon in the atmosphere includes a very small percentage (miniscule) of that which was produced by humans, yet he persisted in asserting that carbon is 400 parts per million of all green house gases, of which water vapor is the most prevalent (approx 96%) or 960,000 parts per million. Still he persisted and asked me "What about the polar bears".

It is a lie and purely political and not the least bit scientific.

By the way, Carr obtained an $80,000.00 grant to tell us how to reduce our own carbon footprint within the Wallingford Swarthmore School District.

C. Scott Shields, Esquir

December 4, 2009 at 10:37 AM 
Blogger jake said...

The polar bears are a perfect illustration of the great lengths the radical environmental left will go to deceive the American public.

In his propaganda film, Al Gore sermonized, "A new scientific study shows that, for the first time, polar bears are drowning in significant numbers."

Yet the study used as his source for this broad assertion "reports that in September 2004, 4 dead bears were seen floating far offshore apparently drowned by an abrupt wind storm."

So this isolated circumstance, related to a single severe storm; causing a sad, but not statistically significant 4 animal deaths; turns out to be the entire basis of the new emotional nexus for the environmental movement.

That is not the end of Al Gore's deceit.

The famous photograph of the family of polar bears out at sea, supposedly stranded on a swiftly melting iceberg, is another misrepresentation.

Amanda Byrd, the Australian graduate student who took the picture, actually took it three years before, IN THE SUMMER!

Ice melt is routine in the summer, as are bears riding on ice chunks throughout their Arctic habitat.

Byrd was part of a school field trip, not some great environmental investigation. She reported that the polar bears, "were on the ice the ice when we found them and on the ice when we left. They were healthy, fat and seemed comfortable on their iceberg."

The hyperbole and hysteria of global warming, promoted by Al Gore and the radical environmental left, is no justification for the liberal Democrats cap-and-tax assault on the American economy.

December 6, 2009 at 9:59 AM 

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