CSU Climate Scientist Says He “Provides Computers”


I worked for many years designing computers for Intel in Fort Collins, and don’t remember seeing any climate scientists helping out. Maybe Scott did this the same day Al Gore invented the Internet.

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14 Responses to CSU Climate Scientist Says He “Provides Computers”

  1. Gator69 says:

    These fools are truly delusional, and nuttier than a squirrel turd.

  2. AndyG55 says:

    Do climate scientists make/design “toilets, roads, cars, computers and phone” ????

    What the **** is this dolt talking about ??

    • diogenese 2 says:

      He is referring to those great climate scientists Thomas Telford, Henry ford, Charles Babbage, Thomas Edison and last, but certainly not least, this man –


      from whose name may be derived an apt comment on this response, the phrase being ” I am just off to visit the Crapper” indicated that you were gentile (and certainly wealthy) enough to possess his equipment.
      His premises, in Kings Road, Chelsea is still there, complete with the Royal Appointment granted by the Duke of Cambridge much to the ire of Queen Victoria (his cousin) who promptly banned minor royalty from the lucrative business of “royal appointment”. She NEVER installed Thomas’s products in Buck House.

    • Gator69 says:

      He is talking out of his ass, just like all alarmofascists.

    • -B- says:

      It’s the standard ‘all things come from the government’ line.

      Government took monopolies or regulatory control over roads, sewers, phone lines, etc so without government we wouldn’t have those things.

      Climate scientists like the priests of old exist to tell us how if we don’t obey the ruling class and sacrifice for it we’ll all suffer and die. Because we won’t have the things we need and most of all the weather will be bad.

      Just the same at least six thousand year old scam.

      • Diogenese2 says:

        Mostly roads, sewers and phone lines were initiated by local community, often (in the case of telephones and electricity) by private enterprise. Government was only needed to integrate these services across communities. The great railway networks across the world were largely private enterprises.

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    He’s channeling …

  4. AndyG55 says:

    Rather OT, but could this be a method to shut down UAH temp series ?


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