Archive for ‘climate fraud’

July 26, 2011

FORMER GLOBAL WARMING SCIENTIST: “I was amazed really by the inadequacy of what we had, because we’re talking about climate change which is over tens of thousands of years as opposed to the twenty years of data that we had.”

Mezzo Soprano, Christine Rice: “So in a way we were putting out a lot of ideas and not really having concrete scientific research to support it, and I suppose at that point I did lose a little bit of my spark, thinking well I could propose an idea and I could probably draft a thesis that would support it and yet I wouldn’t really convince myself necessarily.

[H/T James Delingpole at the telegraph. Read “Christine Rice: your new favourite mezzo soprano” at the UK Telegraph]

May 31, 2011

HOW TO RUIN A FRIENDLY DINNER PARTY WITH LIBERAL FRIENDS: “Skeptic Strategy for Talking About Global Warming”

What should a responsible Skeptic say to an astute audience? When recently invited by the “Technology, Engineering, and Science Plus” group in my community to give a talk and answer questions, I knew I would have an attentive room of tech-savvy professionals. However, they might not be fully tuned in to the details of the Global Warming controversy. Furthermore, they were likely to have opinions closer to the supposed“mainsteam science” orientation than mine.

In this posting, I’ve summarized the main points I think are most likely to align people who are both intelligent and reasonable to the Skeptic side.

[READ Ira Glickstein’s “Skeptic Strategy for Talking About Global Warming” at wattsupwiththat]