Questionable Motives

July 30, 2012

What do you mean Muller now says climate change is real?

Filed under: Climate Change,Environment,Science — tildeb @ 8:36 pm

Peter Sinclair once again sinks a three-pointer with this video, showing just how out of touch and slow to the dance is previous climate skeptic and noveau convert Professor Richard Muller and the Berkley Earth Project. There has been compelling evidence for over 50 years and nothing but convincing data slotted into the case presented before Congress in 1988 that global warming was real, caused by human activity, and affecting climate. The growing scientific consensus should have been a clue for the esteemed Muller, but apparently the work of tens of thousands of climate scientists over many decades just wasn’t up to his snuff until he himself led his team of ten to the same ‘surprising’ conclusion. Well, I don;t think it will be too long before even the unemployed from the Heartland Institute try to convince us that they were on board reality’s ride long before we enjoyed today’s (shriveled) fruits of our greenhouse gas emissions.

(h/t to Misunderstood Ranter)

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4 Comments »

  1. tildeb

    It’s great to see you posting again. Welcome back

    Comment by Veronica Abbass — August 1, 2012 @ 5:44 pm | Reply

    • Thanks, VA. Misunderstoodranter made me do it! He can be very convincing.

      I just find much of what I want to say has either already been expressed in earlier posts or has been said better by other bloggers and I do love reading what minds sharper than my own have put up for offer. I also like commenting and challenging people who assume expressions of religious belief deserve no real criticism. It’s a job I rather enjoy.

      Speaking of challenging people’s beliefs, what’s the latest on your court case with prayer at city council? Curious minds want to know!

      Comment by tildeb — August 1, 2012 @ 6:57 pm | Reply

  2. This hearing will provide an overview of some of the process questions within climate change science and policy that have been raised in recent years.

    Comment by Ellis E. Richards — January 26, 2013 @ 4:07 am | Reply

    • Finally, someone in senior government that gets it:

      Comment by tildeb — January 26, 2013 @ 8:00 am | Reply


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