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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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PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:58 pm 
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Read at your own risk fence sitters. Common sense approach and perspective await.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:49 am 
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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/


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


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Fractured reservoir evaluation with wireline image logs, including fractured shale reservoirs like in the well shown below.

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Shale gas and shale oil petrophysics, seismic rock physics, elastic (mechanical) properties, sonic waveform analysis, conventional reservoir petrophysics, fractured reservoir analysis, NMR log analysis, capillary pressure analysis, whole core acquisition and analysis, formation test (MDT/RCI) analysis, wireline image analysis and processing, logging/coring/mud logging operations and planning.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 2:28 pm 
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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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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:51 pm 
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It amazes me that any politician can get away with this.

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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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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:21 pm 
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Something you might have missed fence sitters.

http://notrickszone.com/2017/09/11/12-n ... 3Cqlm.dpbs

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Contrary to expectations, climate scientists continue to report that large regions of the Earth have not been warming in recent decades.

According to Dieng et al. (2017), for example, the global oceans underwent a slowdown, a pause, or even a slight cooling trend during 2003 to 2013. This undermines expectations from climate models which presume the increase in radiative forcing from human CO2 emissions should substantially increase ocean temperatures.

The authors indicate that the recent trends in ocean temperatures “may just reflect a 60-year natural cycle“, the AMO (Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation), and not follow radiative forcing trends.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:11 am 
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Thanks for giving me this information




You are most welcome. And now....

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/09/ ... le-energy/

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Leading Australian Politicians and economists are piling in against renewable political favouritism, comparing renewables to the Bernie Madoff and Enron scandals. The following from former Prime Minister Tony Abbott;

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peterparker wrote:
Thanks for giving me this information




You are most welcome. And now....

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/09/ ... le-energy/

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Leading Australian Politicians and economists are piling in against renewable political favouritism, comparing renewables to the Bernie Madoff and Enron scandals. The following from former Prime Minister Tony Abbott;


Going political again since you have no science on your side.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2017 2:00 pm 
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Oh snap.


https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/20/ ... l-meaning/

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The evidence shows that these people do not know how physical meaning emerges from physical theory. They do not know how to recognize physical meaning, how to present physical meaning, nor how to evaluate physical meaning.

In short, they understand neither prediction nor falsification; conjointly the very foundation of science.

Climate modelers are not scientists. They are not doing science. Their climate model projections have no physical meaning. Their climate model projections have never had any physical meaning.

To this date, there hasn’t been a single GHG emissions climate projection, ever, that had physical meaning. So, all those contentious debates about whether some model, some set of models, or some multi-model mean, tracks the global air temperature record, or not, are completely pointless. It doesn’t matter whether a physically meaningless projection happens to match some observable, or not. The projection is physically meaningless. It has no scientific content. The debate has no substantive content. The debaters may as well be contesting theology.

So, when someone says about AGW that, “The science is settled!,” one can truthfully respond that it is indeed settled: there is no science in AGW.

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Oh snap.


https://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/20/ ... l-meaning/

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The evidence shows that these people do not know how physical meaning emerges from physical theory. They do not know how to recognize physical meaning, how to present physical meaning, nor how to evaluate physical meaning.

In short, they understand neither prediction nor falsification; conjointly the very foundation of science.

Climate modelers are not scientists. They are not doing science. Their climate model projections have no physical meaning. Their climate model projections have never had any physical meaning.

To this date, there hasn’t been a single GHG emissions climate projection, ever, that had physical meaning. So, all those contentious debates about whether some model, some set of models, or some multi-model mean, tracks the global air temperature record, or not, are completely pointless. It doesn’t matter whether a physically meaningless projection happens to match some observable, or not. The projection is physically meaningless. It has no scientific content. The debate has no substantive content. The debaters may as well be contesting theology.

So, when someone says about AGW that, “The science is settled!,” one can truthfully respond that it is indeed settled: there is no science in AGW.


You dredge up opinion pieces by a chemist on climate change from over two years ago? Are there no recent opinions from non-experts in the field you could find?

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As usual this women can't tell the truth.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/11/07/ ... exxonknew/

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A recent report from Harvard researchers accusing ExxonMobil of misleading the public on climate change was based on an incomplete sampling of data collected by Greenpeace, according to a review by Energy In Depth. The Harvard report accused the company of producing research that affirmed human contributions to climate change, and then using newspaper advertorials to deny or sow doubt around climate-related science.

The study’s authors, Geoffrey Supran and Naomi Oreskes, announced the findings of their study in a column in the New York Times, in which they claimed that “81 percent of [ExxonMobil’s] climate change advertorials in one way or another expressed doubt.” The advertorials were taken from a database compiled and maintained by Greenpeace, an anti-fossil fuel group with its own anti-Exxon campaign. Critically, we found that this database omits dozens of climate-related advertorials run by the company that, had they been counted by Oreskes and Supran, would have severely weakened their case.


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But there are a number of problems with this. The first and most obvious: ExxonMobil was formed in late 1999, 10 years after the earliest of the advertorials referenced by the study was published. In fact, of the 36 advertorials rated by Supran and Oreskes, only 11 belonged to ExxonMobil – the other 25 were published by Mobil (a different company from Exxon, remember) before the merger. Remove the Mobil submissions from the mix, and the universe of applicable advertorials is reduced by a 70 percent.

Indeed, study author Geoffrey Supran even misled reporters when he said a 1997 Mobil advertorial, one that strongly questioned the certainty of climate change, was written by Exxon – even though the advertorial prominently features Mobil’s logo and makes no mention of Exxon.

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As usual this women can't tell the truth.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/11/07/ ... exxonknew/

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A recent report from Harvard researchers accusing ExxonMobil of misleading the public on climate change was based on an incomplete sampling of data collected by Greenpeace, according to a review by Energy In Depth. The Harvard report accused the company of producing research that affirmed human contributions to climate change, and then using newspaper advertorials to deny or sow doubt around climate-related science.

The study’s authors, Geoffrey Supran and Naomi Oreskes, announced the findings of their study in a column in the New York Times, in which they claimed that “81 percent of [ExxonMobil’s] climate change advertorials in one way or another expressed doubt.” The advertorials were taken from a database compiled and maintained by Greenpeace, an anti-fossil fuel group with its own anti-Exxon campaign. Critically, we found that this database omits dozens of climate-related advertorials run by the company that, had they been counted by Oreskes and Supran, would have severely weakened their case.


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But there are a number of problems with this. The first and most obvious: ExxonMobil was formed in late 1999, 10 years after the earliest of the advertorials referenced by the study was published. In fact, of the 36 advertorials rated by Supran and Oreskes, only 11 belonged to ExxonMobil – the other 25 were published by Mobil (a different company from Exxon, remember) before the merger. Remove the Mobil submissions from the mix, and the universe of applicable advertorials is reduced by a 70 percent.

Indeed, study author Geoffrey Supran even misled reporters when he said a 1997 Mobil advertorial, one that strongly questioned the certainty of climate change, was written by Exxon – even though the advertorial prominently features Mobil’s logo and makes no mention of Exxon.


None of the composite entities existed before of after the merger? Really? You go for semantics and expect people to believe the lies which follow?

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