Shock News : Eco-Fascists Try To Silence Skeptic

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Twitter Suspends Account Of Noted Global Warming Skeptic | The Daily Caller

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7 Responses to Shock News : Eco-Fascists Try To Silence Skeptic

  1. A C Osborn says:

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  2. Mike D says:

    I’m glad people are paying attention. Only way to swamp the tools that were out in force back in 2008, is by having lots of people aware and posting.

  3. dave says:

    This is precisely the reason why I wont use twitter Facecrook and all the other big platforms. Its really the modern day telly and all the parrots re tweet the propaganda one after the other.
    The name pretty much sums it up.

  4. dave says:

    Also just another note of interest. I have pointed people to your site only to have them say it must be rubbish because you are on the right.
    “I say what do you care? You don’t even live in the US”.

    But that is enough in itself for them to say you are a big oil right leaning government man.
    The data speaks for itself. Or it should.

  5. Darold Bates says:

    If the EPA is really concerned about CO2 emissions; Then why don’t they stop all construction in US and grow plants to absorb the CO2? Why not make all homes have sod roofs to absorb CO2 and end Global Warming? After all the CO2 emissions in the atmosphere is reversible! Pass it on!

  6. istvaz says:

    Twitter Suspends Account Of Global Warming Denier Noted for His Intransigent Stupidity in the Face of Overwhelming Evidence against His Facile Claims Cipped out of old Newspapers. In Tony’s world, Newspaper clippings equals Good Science.

    p.s. Notable Tony is a former Computer Repair Guy who watched a little too Much Weather on the 6:00 news and Thought that Entitled Him to Spew Nonsense on Global Cooling and other such garbage.

  7. Scientific American censored this question in the comment section of a recent article on climate change.

    Why does the GISS model only use data from 1951 to 1980?

    The GISS analysis incorporates surface temperature measurements from 6,300 weather stations, ship- and buoy-based observations of sea surface temperatures, and temperature measurements from Antarctic research stations. This raw data is analyzed using an algorithm that takes into account the varied spacing of temperature stations around the globe and urban heating effects that could skew the calculation. The result is an estimate of the global average temperature difference from a baseline period of 1951 to 1980.

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