Tuesday, October 01, 2013


Wall Street Journal: Since 2007, IPCC leading scientists exposed as bullies and eye-catching predictions debunked | JunkScience.com
They use the flimsy intellectual scaffolding of the IPCC report to justify killing the U.S. coal industry and the Keystone XL pipeline, banning natural gas drilling, imposing costly efficiency requirements for automobiles, light bulbs, washing machines and refrigerators, and using scarce resources to subsidize technologies that even after decades can’t compete on their own in the marketplace…
Administrative - Program Specialist jobs in Los Angeles at University of Southern California
The USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center's Hollywood, Health & Society program seeks an experienced entertainment outreach professional to implement a comprehensive entertainment education program for climate change topics. The ideal candidate will have expertise in the development of creative content for television and new media, as well as in climate change and public health, and have experience in the field of entertainment education.
- Bishop Hill blog - Hysteria 
I can't see how anyone can argue then that Paterson has not stated something that is unequivocally true. Saying true things seems, however, to be considered beyond the pale by Kevin Anderson, who apparently went on to describe Paterson as "immoral".

To see a senior academic frothing at the mouth in this way is not, after all the years, much of a surprise. It is nevertheless a continuing source of wonder that anyone should take them seriously.
Marx on Monday: IPCC | Bogpaper.com
When I was a young boy I remember going to the theatre to see Peter Pan. I, along with the rest of the children, became very upset when Tinkerbell was dying, but Peter Pan saved her life by encouraging the audience to chant along with him, “I do – I do – I do believe in fairies.”

And in like fashion the scientists of the IPCC, when faced with the evidence of their own scientific research that Global Warming was the stuff of fairy tales, simply stood in a circle, held hands and chanted, “we do – we do – we do believe in Global Warming.” And miraculously, just like Tinkerbell, Global Warming was brought back to life.

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