So how many of you climate change scientist (or communicators) are not buying any items made from or by fossil fuels to save the planet? How many?
So how many of you climate change scientist are not buying any items made from or by fossil fuels to save the planet? How many?
Are you not driving or flying and etc. to save the planet.
September 12, 2017 at 5:54 PM
When I’m lucky enough to fly, I’m a ten year old again fascinated by the whole complex operation of the airport. Then, take off, paying close attention for the moment those wheels leave the grown and the wings lift the play. I tell you, the thrill remains as I always seem to recall my first take off at ten in a 140 taildragger pulling a glider. In the air my head is flattened against the window in awe of the country unfolding below me, trying to absorb as much as I can.
Further thoughts on a related topic, "Appreciating Earth's Climate
Consider Mann and “his” hockey stick.
All it takes is a closer reading of those two early Mann et al hockey stick papers to appreciate Mc/Mc were trumping up a con job. It was clearly a pioneering ground breaking piece of science, it never claimed to be perfect, it even recognized some of its own weaknesses. It was part of a work in progress that's continued produced ever more exacting results in subsequence years with increased data and analysis.
Mc/Mc final "corrected" adjustments made almost no difference to the overall shape of that graph.
If I'm wrong about my assessment someone let me know. If I'm not wrong, it's an indictment of the entire scientific community that no one could convey that simple truth to leaders and the public.