[ExI] A Nobel laureate and climate change
dennislmay at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 15 17:47:55 UTC 2011
I was in Oklahoma City for part of the every day over a hundred.
No different than summers when I was a kid in Nebraska. There
has always been hot/cold dry/wet heavy snow/light snow extremes
having nothing to do with any long term climate change. Its the
cherry picking festival that happens when local events support
a theory which overall has no substantiated modeling behind it,
is data poor and unable to make correct predictions.
Missouri has had 8 cool or cold winters in a row with six cool
summer, half of one warm summer, and one summer with a hot
streak similar to those common in the 1970's. Now we are having
a cool late summer following the short hot streak of this year.
From: BillK <pharos at gmail.com>
To: ExI chat list <extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2011 11:14 AM
Subject: Re: [ExI] A Nobel laureate and climate change
On 2011/9/15 Dennis May wrote:
> A good reason not to be a member of the APS. Come out with a socialist
> political statement - once people balk and it becomes clear the first statement
> couldn't be supported - instead of a retraction come out with a clarification
> statement that makes it clear the science is extremely far from settled and is
> even more so since this last statement.
> APS - Amerian Political Science
Well, the southern USA states have had their worst wildfire season
ever and Texas is still burning.
I guess the message will get through eventually.
But I suppose that's just a little local fluctuation in temperature?
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