Sunday, 10 February 2019

More from the methane wars ( from the fight against reality)


I strongly suspect that Dr.Mann will have to eat his words “sonner than previously expected”. Perhaps when he I sno longer pulling a salary.

Mike Mann on the Arctic "Methane Bomb"




Green Man Bucket


I spoke to Michael Mann of Penn State U - one of the world's pre-imminent atmospheric experts.

Our conversation was wide ranging, but I asked him about the widespread panic that exists in the internet fever swamps about an imminent arctic "methane bomb".





3 comments:

  1. People who laugh at the pain of others are called sociopaths, Jennifer. You sound like one. Totally a bunk science channel here. Of course if your logic can't hold up to a debunker you will call them a bullshitter. Debunking is part of the scientific process. I think that the trend by catastrophists to say they don't have to go through the rigorous scientific process out of their lazy, narcissistic entitlement and immature argumentation that they already know everything is foolish and dangerous. This is also called confirmation bias. There just isn't enough data to call the methane bomb a primary threat.

    The real methane emergency is caused by human activity - if you actually read this - you'd learn that. The Arctic Methane impacts are a tiny fraction of what we are doing....From David Archer, PhD and actual methane expert. Are you a methane hydrate expert? Of just looking for the story you want to buy into to be confirmed for your bias? That's not objectivity. It's not how science is done. Actual experts say this is in it's infancy and we don't know. Not knowing, is not a good place for jumping off to conclusions no one can yet make. https://debunkedclimatemyths.blogspot.com/

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  2. People who laugh at the pain of others are called sociopaths. You sound like one. Totally a bunk science channel here. Of course if your logic can't hold up to a debunker you will call them a bullshitter. Debunking is part of the scientific process. I think that the trend by catastrophists to say they don't have to go through the rigorous scientific process out of their lazy, narcissistic entitlement and immature argumentation that they already know everything is foolish and dangerous. This is also called confirmation bias. There just isn't enough data to call the methane bomb a primary threat.

    The real methane emergency is caused by human activity - if you actually read this - you'd learn that. The Arctic Methane impacts are a tiny fraction of what we are doing....From David Archer, PhD and actual methane expert. Are you a methane hydrate expert? Of just looking for the story you want to buy into to be confirmed for your bias? That's not objectivity. It's not how science is done. Actual experts say this is in it's infancy and we don't know. Not knowing, is not a good place for jumping off to conclusions no one can yet make. https://debunkedclimatemyths.blogspot.com/

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    1. I don't really see why I should publish your comments other than to show you up. You are the sociopath.

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