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Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by dogtowner, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. dogtowner

    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    NASA is wrong again. No wonder the moon landing had to be faked.

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    Interesting that the temperature in the troposphere is claimed to be the highest in october since record keeping began while at the same time, the oceans are hemorrhaging heat. You would think that climate science would connect the two things and perhaps wonder where it is leading...wonder what happens to the climate when that excess heat has finally bled off.

    When things like this happen it only demonstrates conclusively that climate science isn't science at all..it is a pseudoscience intent only with maintaining a steady income stream and increasing its influence in the political arena.
     
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    Its going a bit further than that now. It seems that if you question those on the "correct" side of the "science" then instead of defending and debating your research and findings you reach for the lawyers. Have you read about the Stanford Professor Mark Z. Jacobson, he is seeking damages against the National Academy of Sciences resulting from a peer reviewed study of renewables that was questioned by the review panel. He has filed a $10M lawsuit. From the abstract of the NAS report...
    http://www.pnas.org/content/114/26/6722.full

    His response...

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    Climate science and the renewables debate has now come to this.
     
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    dogtowner Moderator Staff Member

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    Geez, that's weird
     
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    Its hard to go from hero to zero in such a short time... Jacobson was the posterboy of the renewable brigade and now he's trashed is reputation. Guess he has to fund his lifestyle somehow... I hope for his sake the lawsuit is on a contingency basis!!
     
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    If he loses, I believe he will get hit for the expense incurred by the person or persons he sued..and court costs... The case is a sure loser and he is going to lose a great deal of money when it ends as it only can end.
     
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