Speaking Today At The Washington State Senate

10:00 AM   Hearing Room 1 of the John A. Cherberg building

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45 Responses to Speaking Today At The Washington State Senate

  1. wizzum says:

    Good luck! Can we watch it on anything?

  2. Jack Langdon says:

    Godspeed. The truth will make us all free!

  3. The other brad says:

    Hopefully no anarchists or women with vaginas on their heads will disrupt you.

  4. Brad says:

    Temple of Justice. lol

  5. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Are you speaking, Tony Heller? 10 AM Pacific Time?

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Several commenters referred to Tony’s work at WUWT. I posted this about today’s WA Senate hearing:

      Tony Heller is denving climate denving science testifying in the Washington State Senate environmental committee at the moment (starting 10am PST). The Democrats—ranking or not—do not like it. Because science. Because work-flow. Because government efficiency.

      State senator invites climate-change denïer to brief committee while he’s away

      By Walker Orenstein

      A presentation by a climate-change denïer scheduled for Tuesday in the Republican-led state Senate is drawing fierce criticism from Democrats who say the briefing is a misuse of government time.
      Tony Heller — who also blogs under the pseudonym Steven Goddard — will address an environmental committee run by state Sen. Doug Ericksen, a Republican from Ferndale who is temporarily leading communications at the Environmental Protection Agency for the Trump administration.

      State Sen. Reuven Carlyle blasted Ericksen Monday for Heller’s scheduled presentation in light of rescheduled hearings and work-flow interruptions caused by Ericksen’s EPA gig. Carlyle, of Seattle, is the ranking Democrat on the Environment, Energy and Telecommunications Committee.


      • Russell Cook says:

        The irony being that the only climate change deniers in the room were the AGW-believing Democrats demanding a static climate set at an arbitrarily chosen level from 150 or so years ago.

      • Frank K. says:

        “climate-change denïer”

        What’s with the double dots in “denïer”? Is that like Motley Cr
        üe or something?? ;-)

        • neal s says:

          I think some other places where that was posted, were filtering things out, so effort was made to fool the filters.

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            Yes, Anthony has a review filter at WUWT that holds comments with certain words for review to keep rabid barking Leftists at bay. Charles and the other moderators are pretty good at releasing non-ad hominem comments*) but sometimes it takes a while so when mine lingered in moderation I reposted it “in disguise”. I didn’t like the look of the typical asterisk redaction so I used French le tréma ï because the filter ignores its ASCII code. It seems nobody even noticed the replacement of “y” with “v” in “denying”. What a cunning devil I am.

            *) they did so the comment’s now “duplicated” there

  6. John F. Hultquist says:

    Thank you for visiting the Great State of Washington’s left side. They need the reality.
    Other readers – – –
    Using Google Earth, go to
    cherberg building

    To the left of the building is a circle — Turn Photos on
    There is a nice but rather simple sundial to be seen

    Story of that, is here: Territorial Sundial

  7. inMAGICn says:


    I was working and couldn’t make the gig.

  8. Steve Case says:

    Here’s the video from The Washington State Senate:


  9. pmc47025 says:

    Great presentation Tony, thanks for all you do! Steve, thanks for the video link.

    • Steve Case says:

      Just now I finished watching Tony’s presentation.

      God Bless you Mr. Heller, a wonderful calm cool presentation and ditto for the few questions at the end. You even covered some sea level issues (-:

      Was the guy with the banner Paul Beckwith who got tossed out of the Senate chamber during the last minute or so? Sure looked & sounded like him.

  10. Sunsettommy says:

    I am one of the unlucky people who can’t hear,as I am almost deaf.

    Does anyone know of a transcript,or post a comment here,describing the basics of what Mr. Heller stated?

    Would appreciate it.

  11. eliza says:

    You did well dont worry be happy maybe Paul Homewoods data could help in the future. But you may not any help if William Happer is going to be trumps science advisor LOL

    • Gail Combs says:

      Dr Happer would make a lovely Science Advisor but I am not sure his health is up to it. I had the honor of meeting him when he gave a lecture here in NC. David Burton had asked any of us in NC to show up because Dr Happer was worried about protestors.

      David Burton put up an audio video and slides of Dr Happer’s presentation at this. link

      SLIDES: link
      (Slides 16, 22, 42, 43 and 44 are the critical slides.)

  12. Joe says:

    Why hasn’t Gavin Schmidt been fired yet?

  13. gregole says:

    Great job Tony! I just listened to your presentation. Thanks for all you do.

  14. Gerald Machnee says:

    When the guy in the corner came in with a stack of “peer/pal reviewed”papers and asked for Tony’s opinion on them, Tony was a bit reserved on his response. I believe he referred to accuracy. I would have been tempted to be a bit more aggressive in a response.
    Otherwise, a great presentation.

    • Steve Case says:

      I liked Tony’s response. He said that he would be among the 97%. In other words, yes CO2 should cause some warming, yes atmospheric CO2 is increasing, and yes that increase is in part man-made. But it’s a matter of how much warming and whether it’s a catastrophic disaster or not.

      The facts are on our side. Calm, cool, well organized presentations devoid of sensationalism and sarcasm, but full of well researched and demonstrable facts are ultimately going to win the issue.

  15. Andy DC says:

    Tony is one cool cat among the shrieking, hysterical, lying alarmists.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Tony reminds me of this cop when he’s facing the hysterics. I love watching how professionals handle these situations.

      You gonna be alright there, Ma’am?

      You don’t understand, my whole life is ruined!

      It’s just a citation.

      This is it! I can’t drive anymore! …

      You don’t understand how much this affects my entire life!

      Why do all my friends get out of tickets and I’m always caught?!

      Well, do all of your friends get in accidents?

      I mean, you know, it’s pretty much clear cut here.

      It doesn’t matter, I’m still getting a ticket!

      Well, yes, I’m afraid you are.

      But that’s not the end of the world, like I said.

      Yes, it is!


  16. SteveO says:

    Great job! I love how you break the topics down to phrases that even politicians should be able to understand.

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