Friday, March 11, 2022

About me (Tom Nelson)

My own podcast is "Tom Nelson" on Spotify, Anchor, Apple, Google Podcasts, YouTube, Rumble,, Odysee, Bitchute, Pocket Casts, Podvine, Overcast, Stitcher, Amazon Music podcasts, Audible podcasts, Castbox, RadioPublic, etc.

I'm @tan123 on Twitter here; substack here.
Podcast appearance (1hr 4 min): Sept 2022, "Tom Nelson joins COJAC".
Podcast appearance (1 hr 49 min): July 2022 "Out of the Blank #1155" on YouTubeAppleSpotify, etc.
Podcast appearance (1 hr 22 min): July 2022 "Coffee and a Mike" on Spotify, Pocket Casts, Apple Podcasts, etc 
Podcast appearance (1 hr 10 min), "#324: There is no climate emergency with Tom Nelson", April 2022: "TFTC with Marty Bent" on YouTube, Spotify, Apple, Google, etc.
Podcast appearance (1 hr 44 min): Mar 2022 "Weaponized News" on OdyseeSpotifyApple, etc.
Episode title: "CO2 is NOT the climate control knob".
Podcast appearance (1hr 17 min): Mar 2022 "Out of the Blank #1047" on YouTube, Apple, Spotify, etc. 
Podcast appearance (1hr 49 min) "109. Is CO2 the Climate Control Knob? w/ Tom Nelson": Mar 2022 "The Bitcoin Standard Podcast" on YouTube, Spotify, Apple, Google, etc.

Climate Skeptic Twitter Space archive here. Started June 2022, 1+ hours each, free-flowing climate skeptic discussions.

"Why you should be a climate skeptic"; my 18 min video
"A few climate skeptic thoughts"; 1.5-min video 
Twitter live 1 (29 min); Twitter live 2 (29 min)
I have an MS degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I was involved in tech and software for many years. In 2005, as an avid bird-watcher, I became heavily involved in debunking a high-profile, but bogus “Ivory-billed Woodpecker” rediscovery that opened my eyes to the problems with blindly trusting “peer-reviewed science”. Then a meteorologist pointed out lots of parallels between that woodpecker debate and the climate change debate, and I have been debunking climate change claims almost daily since then.
Some background: Jack Hitt of the New York Times wrote about my ivory-billed woodpecker work in his book “A Bunch of Amateurs” (see excerpt here):

Key sentences from Hitt: “When you watch a real amateur assault on an academic and government fortress, it’s not hard to understand the pleasure..Amateurs are more likely to see what is actually there because there’s no money, no power, no prestige (at least not immediately) attached to seeing anything else. Amateurs mainly just want to know.”

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