Warming whoops: Scientists debate the falling rate of rising temperatures

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kcbeatty
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Re: Highly misleading..
In reply to Chato, 7 months ago

Chato wrote:

kcbeatty wrote:

Chato wrote:

kcbeatty wrote:

So your blogger trumps the UN Climate Scientist's report?

Not at all, The UN Climate Report is more certain then ever about AGW Climate Change.

His point is that your source is giving misleading information EVEN about that coming report.

Dave

Misleading info based on what? What is becoming the biggest problem as I see it is that both sides of this controversy have scientific data backing up their claims. What are the people to do?

A lot of the anti-AGW scientists are keeping quiet about their facts so they won't be attacked by their piers.

No scientist worth their salt has EVER kept quiet because of their peers. This is part and parcel of the "Global wamring is a hoax" nonsense.

Would YOU keep quiet?

I would if it meant loss of funding if I disclose the truth.  Research scientists depend on government grants to fund their research, and to put food on their table.  There is a lot of money available in the AGW field of research and the alternative energy research.

Would I? Of course not. But all of a sudden the majority of Climate Scientists are sitting in terror of their peers...

The one's that are speaking up are sticking their heads out by bucking the current trends. There is a lot of money available through grants that will keep the scientists funded and off the unemployment line. There is no money available to fund the anti-AGW movement that would prove their position.

Well, yes, if you're a guy like Sinclair who unapologetically States that "God would never allow Global warming to occur," your credentials as a scientist would definitely be questioned...

Dave

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