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PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 8:29 pm 
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A little inside baseball fence sitters.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/13/ ... d-science/

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Climate scientist Dr. Duane Thresher:

Start with defunding NASA GISS where this whole global warming nonsense started. It was started by James Hansen, formerly head of NASA GISS and considered the father of global warming. It was continued by Gavin Schmidt, current head of NASA GISS, anointed by Hansen, and leading climate change warrior scientist/spokesperson. I know from working there for 7 years that NASA GISS has almost been defunded several times in its life anyway. It’s a small group over a restaurant (Tom’s Restaurant from the TV comedy Seinfeld!) in New York City, nowhere near any other major NASA facility. Just the dedicated data link to the nearest NASA facility, GSFC in Maryland, is a big expense. GISS is the Goddard Institute for SPACE Studies. If you don’t need a rocket to get to it, it’s not space.”


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“Physicists and mathematicians who couldn’t make it in their own fields, like James Hansen and Gavin Schmidt (who actually told me one reason he became a climate scientist was because he couldn’t make it in his degree field of mathematics). People who just wanted instant success as fake heroes or showmen rather than doing years of hard slow obscure real science.”


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NASA GISS is a monument to bad science that truly should be torn down.”

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A little inside baseball fence sitters.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/13/ ... d-science/

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Climate scientist Dr. Duane Thresher:

Start with defunding NASA GISS where this whole global warming nonsense started. It was started by James Hansen, formerly head of NASA GISS and considered the father of global warming. It was continued by Gavin Schmidt, current head of NASA GISS, anointed by Hansen, and leading climate change warrior scientist/spokesperson. I know from working there for 7 years that NASA GISS has almost been defunded several times in its life anyway. It’s a small group over a restaurant (Tom’s Restaurant from the TV comedy Seinfeld!) in New York City, nowhere near any other major NASA facility. Just the dedicated data link to the nearest NASA facility, GSFC in Maryland, is a big expense. GISS is the Goddard Institute for SPACE Studies. If you don’t need a rocket to get to it, it’s not space.”


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“Physicists and mathematicians who couldn’t make it in their own fields, like James Hansen and Gavin Schmidt (who actually told me one reason he became a climate scientist was because he couldn’t make it in his degree field of mathematics). People who just wanted instant success as fake heroes or showmen rather than doing years of hard slow obscure real science.”


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NASA GISS is a monument to bad science that truly should be torn down.”


Perhaps you should get better sources since Svante Arrhenius was the father of the theory of man made climate change due to carbon emissions. His publication in 1896 presented the hypothesis which has yet to be falsified by science. Your source is dealing with a political tack as usual.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:58 am 
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Interesting fence sitters. You are not going to hear about this any place else.

http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/ch ... i_season=4

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 4:37 pm 
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Interesting fence sitters. You are not going to hear about this any place else.

http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/ch ... i_season=4


That there is more snow extent in the NH during Fall now and less during Spring? What exactly is the snow extent changes supposed to show in your "expert" opinion?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:29 am 
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350,000 hits!!!!!!!

Nice job fence sitters. Keep reading and I'll keep posting. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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350,000 hits!!!!!!!


Because you are "special" and do not understand the hits are mostly bots from different groups all checking the status of the posts.

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Read at your own risk fence sitters. Common sense approach and perspective await.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/11/29/ ... 0-years-2/

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Milton Banana wrote:
Read at your own risk fence sitters. Common sense approach and perspective await.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/11/29/ ... 0-years-2/


Yep, someone with no expertise in climate but a lot in the oil industry ... who would have expected that?


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It amazes me that any politician can get away with this.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/23/ ... en-energy/

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A recent report claims Germany is not on track to meet its goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions 40 percent by 2020, despite the country spending billions on green energy subsidies.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces election on Sunday, and even though she’s expected to win, the inconvenient report from the group Agora Energiewende about her government’s global warming goals probably won’t do her any favors.

But don’t expect German Chancellor Angela Merkel to back down. In fact, she said a couple days ago her government would “find ways to get to the 2020 climate target,” which included the continued shut down of coal-fired power plants.


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The “Energiewende” is only one part of Germany’s plan to decarbonize its economy. Through Energiewende, Germany hopes to move away from fossil fuels, especially coal, towards solar and wind power.

Agora Energiewende reported the missed emissions target “won’t be a near miss but a booming failure,” in a recent report. Coal generated 40 percent of Germany’s electricity in 2016 while wind and solar supplied much less.


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However, average Germans are feeling the pain. Electricity costs are about three times higher than in the U.S., driven mostly by increases in energy taxes to pay for green energy. Heat is so expensive it’s called “the second rent.”


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German industry, on the other hand, is expempt from green energy laws out of fear they would no longer be competitive. That’s shifted more of the cost onto residents and smaller businesses.

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Milton Banana wrote:
It amazes me that any politician can get away with this.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/09/23/ ... en-energy/

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A recent report claims Germany is not on track to meet its goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions 40 percent by 2020, despite the country spending billions on green energy subsidies.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces election on Sunday, and even though she’s expected to win, the inconvenient report from the group Agora Energiewende about her government’s global warming goals probably won’t do her any favors.

But don’t expect German Chancellor Angela Merkel to back down. In fact, she said a couple days ago her government would “find ways to get to the 2020 climate target,” which included the continued shut down of coal-fired power plants.


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The “Energiewende” is only one part of Germany’s plan to decarbonize its economy. Through Energiewende, Germany hopes to move away from fossil fuels, especially coal, towards solar and wind power.

Agora Energiewende reported the missed emissions target “won’t be a near miss but a booming failure,” in a recent report. Coal generated 40 percent of Germany’s electricity in 2016 while wind and solar supplied much less.


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However, average Germans are feeling the pain. Electricity costs are about three times higher than in the U.S., driven mostly by increases in energy taxes to pay for green energy. Heat is so expensive it’s called “the second rent.”


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German industry, on the other hand, is expempt from green energy laws out of fear they would no longer be competitive. That’s shifted more of the cost onto residents and smaller businesses.


A conservative media report by an expert on ancient sports on the status of Germany's emissions? Really?

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