Deranged, Or Just Breathtakingly Ignorant?

Climate Crock says I am deranged, and Mark Serreze says I am breathtakingly ignorant. Reggie says I am the second stupidest man on the Internet.

But what does the Arctic say?

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39 Responses to Deranged, Or Just Breathtakingly Ignorant?

  1. Eric Barnes says:

    Given the sources, I’d say you couldn’t ask for a better endorsement.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Well, there is an ice cube or two missing here and there.

  3. Jason Calley says:

    You will never win the approval of people who refuse to accept a reality based belief system.

    • Andy Oz says:

      These people (Reggie et al) live in the netherworld where believers are silicon based life-form rather than carbon based. Thus they are allergic to all things carbon, including a functioning human brain, while their brains resemble the products of Dow Corning and are much less aesthetically appealing let alone useful. This explains their innate hatred and jealousy of all things carbon.

      • Jason Calley says:

        LOL! “while their brains resemble the products of Dow Corning and are much less aesthetically appealing ” Ha! I really like that line! 🙂

  4. Jason Calley says:

    Oh! One more thing — something I do not say as often as you deserve. THANK YOU, STEVEN!

  5. Dmh says:

    The NORSEX estimate shows the Arctic strongly favorable to your analyses Steve,
    I believe the Arctic is skeptical of AGW too.

  6. Latitude says:

    Sunday, July 20, 2014
    New paper unexpectedly finds diverging trends in global temperature & radiative imbalance from greenhouse gases
    Unsettled science:

    A new paper published in Geophysical Research Letters finds that the radiative imbalance from greenhouse gases at the top of the atmosphere has increased over the past 27 years while the rate of global warming has unexpectedly decreased or ‘paused’ over the past 15+ years.

    This finding contradicts expectations from AGW theory of increased ‘heat trapping’ from increased greenhouse gases. However, the finding is consistent with radiosonde observations showing that outgoing longwave radiation to space from greenhouse gases has unexpectedly increased rather than decreased over the past 62 years, inconsistent with more heat being “trapped” in the mid-upper troposphere.

    • Dmh says:

      I think this is their fundamental mistake.
      They (their “models”) cannot account for it and that’s the essential cause that everything they predict doesn’t happen.
      Our planet is cooling, not warming and not even at some kind of stable state. I’ve read a comment elsewhere (I’ll post the link later if I find it), that the surplus heat from the high intensity of solar radiations of the XX century is about to vanish and become negative around 2016-17, based on the analysis of OLWR.
      At that point the solar radiations of the present cycle should be already very close to minimum levels (as opposed to maximum levels of the present, despite the oscillations) and lasting already for 1 year or more.
      All this is telling us, very clearly, that the world’s temperatures will plunge by then, I can’t see how to avoid this conclusion.

  7. Anything is possible says:

    Good to see Heidi Cullen, Mark Serreze and Reggie making progress……

    They’ve now reached stage 2 – Anger.

  8. _Jim says:

    Or … “The pursuit of ignorance”, TED talk by Stuart Firestein:

    What does real scientific work look like? As neuroscientist Stuart Firestein jokes: It looks a lot less like the scientific method and a lot more like “farting around … in the dark.”

    In this witty talk, Firestein gets to the heart of science as it is really practiced and suggests that we should value what we don’t know — or “high-quality ignorance” — just as much as what we know.


  9. kbray in california says:

    DMI almost 4 decades ago:

    Is there really that much difference in variability?

    • Dmh says:

      1976 was the year of minimum of cycle 20, look how cold the 2nd semester at the NP was.
      The Arctic ice grew fast from 1974 to 1978, possibly a similar situation to what is happening since last year.

  10. Morgan says:

    I’d rather be deranged, ignorant and stupid with truth on my side, than a highly regarded, tenured, nobel laureate standing knee deep in a hot steaming pile of elephant dookie

  11. Eeyore Rifkin says:

    “The Arctic is screaming” –Mark Serreze.

  12. I Lou Minotti says:

    I’d simply call you a modern day genius that gets to the bottom of things. Who cares about what titled and government-approved “scientists” have to say? If you’re the secondest most stupidest (sorry, grammar and usage error 404) person on the internet, I would have to be the thirdest, or the one hundred thousandendist, or every number in between.

    Good job, Tony. Keep it up. It’s fun embarrassing idiots, isn’t it? I do it all the time here in Glassboro, NJ, and I’m still standing.

  13. Keith says:

    “Steve” I visit your site for your brand of “derangement” and “breathtaking ignorance” every day.

    Excellent work.

  14. darrylb says:

    Mark S. We have heard your predictions of the disappearance of Arctic summer sea ice for a long time.
    Don’t you think it is about time to ‘man up’ to your predictions as being increasingly divergent from observations. Observations trump everything. which means you have dealt yourself a losing hand.

  15. bit chilly says:

    i really think more attention should be payed by all to the paper just linked by latitude,that really is a meme ending paper .wonder why it was released on a sunday : )
    as for mark serreze ,he is full of shit and not worth wasting your time on. concentrate on what you do best tony, in the long run it is going to make a difference.

  16. philjourdan says:

    And how often are they correct? Their comments are akin to a pig calling you ugly.

  17. Alexej Buergin says:

    I feel the need to say something positive about Serreze:
    He has a pony tail, no?

  18. mjc says:

    I think he’s using it to keep the comb-over in place…

  19. gator69 says:

    More projection from the left.

  20. Jim Hansen, as you have pointed out, says the Arctic is to be ice-free by 2013. So, the Arctic must be ice free and therefore quite dead. Therefore, the Arctic cannot say a thing. It is after all to be a catastrophe.

    But if the Arctic is dead, does it know the catastrophe has even occurred? I guess not. Some people are apparently sensitive to the catastrophe, but I appear to be lacking in sensitivity. I have not noticed the catastrophe.

  21. rw says:

    “Climate Crock says I am deranged, and Mark Serreze says I am breathtakingly ignorant. Reggie says I am the second stupidest man on the Internet.
    But what does the Arctic say?”

    I’d say that this shows that you can turn a phrase better than they can.

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