Not A Scientist – Just A Moron

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  1. Stewart Pid says:

    This turkey makes Griff look smart!!

  2. James the Elder says:

    Gotta love those bots.

  3. Rob says:

    I can’t stand that clown. He’s one of the most useless people in the lefty media and that says a lot. He’s the poster child for both liberal and media smugness and it’d take a lot of willpower on my part to not punch him in his fat face if I ever met him.

  4. sunsettommy says:

    He is a LEFTIST drone,

    “Kurt Alexander Eichenwald (born June 28, 1961) is an American journalist who serves as a senior writer with Newsweek, a contributing editor with Vanity Fair and a New York Times bestselling author of four books, one of which, The Informant (2000), was made into a motion picture in 2009. He was formerly a writer and investigative reporter with The New York Times and later with Condé Nast‘s business magazine, Portfolio. Eichenwald had been employed by The New York Times since 1986 ….”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Eichenwald

    Hyper leftism is why he is a moron.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Condé Nasty also owns GQ that employs Eichenwald’s most formidable rival on the Left. They have them both.

  5. Andy says:

    I would add it’s probably bad to compare past records with current on hurricanes as it is to compare something like baseball or cricket records over time. Things change.

    On the other hand if Kurt says 100% correct then I really really doubt that. :)

    No matter what side of the fence you are on when looking at climate how can anyone claim 100% on anything? These climate things are not 100% and tend to bite us on the ass with our limited data and models and world view. It’s a non trivial problem.

    Andy

    • sunsettommy says:

      Andy, what really bugs me is that this man make a statement without a single bit of evidence to support it.

      Did he really do it? we can’t tell since he doesn’t produce it.

      • arn says:

        This guy did NOTHING 100%.

        The (of course) ‘climate change’ equations
        has been so “accurate”
        that they predicted an increased number of hurricanes
        while the number decreased.
        So much that they are about to call normal hurricane numbers an abnormal high and every hurricane is of course) the ….. ever.

        When they neither can get arctic ice level nor sea level rise(manhattan drowned by 2018) 0.1% right how could they now.

        The only thing he may have done was using(or being said to use by a weather experts)
        reliable standard hurricane models((maybe even those devoped by Bill Gray))contaminated/ added some useless and gibberish “climate change” to them and pretending that this is something new and innovativ and proof for warming.

        You can bet your butt that as soon as you take a closer look to his ‘scientific approach’ you will in the end find nothing but hot air.

  6. CheshireRed says:

    For 12 straight years the *entire climate establishment* was 100% wrong on their hurricane prediction skills. Amazingly it appears to have slipped their minds to speak of that record.

    • AndyG55 says:

      After an 12 year layoff, things are going back to “normal”.

      Looks like the temperature differential between a cooler land surface and a warm part of the ocean drives these hurricanes.

      The global cooling has begun. ;-)

  7. Brad says:

    If she drowns, she wasnt a witch. If she lives, SHE IS A WITCH AND WE BURN HER.

    • arn says:

      bingo
      -that’s exactly the logic they use.

      As i said several times:
      it’s a religion ,not science.

      The patterns(use of lies,intimidation,indoctrination,scare)
      they use are a 1:1 copy of religious modus operandi
      and the believers are as resistant to awareness as religious zealots.

  8. Andy DC says:

    The National Hurricane Center is knowingly spreading a huge lie. That Irma is the most intense hurricane on record for the Atlantic Basin (not including the Gulf or the Carribean).

    The 1935 Labor Day hurricane was far more intense, a smaller storm with a barometric pressure nearly an inch lower. It hit the Keys coming in from the east, so it was definitely in the Atlantic Basin.

    Even Andrew had a slightly lower barometeric pressure, thus Andrew was probably at least as intense.

    They are a bunch of pathological liars, but will you ever hear a word from the so-called investigative journalists?

    If called out, they will no doubt say that their record only goes back 20 years or to the beginning of the satellite era. The fact that there were actual observations of that barometric pressure does not count!

    Primative men of the 1930’s did not have the mental capacity to measure barometric pressure, or even read a thermometer!

    • arn says:

      Maybe they should even add the fact that many years with low hurricanes can create a surplus of energy which one day has to be released((just like many surpressed forrest fires will eventually lead to a very strong one as far too much energy has been accumulated in those forrests and when it is unleashed it gets ugly((of course global warming will always be blamed for such forrest fires)()

    • SteveO says:

      But what if they reset their barometers in the afternoon? :-)

  9. Pinroot says:

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/kurt-eichenwald-case-texas-grand-jury-says-gif-deadly-weapon-n736316

    Eichenwald got an animated gif someone sent him declared a deadly weapon in court.

  10. frederik wisse says:

    Warming oceans and cooling landmasses are the recipe for ecological disasters .
    This is not my personal opinion but the scientific approach of Mr Robert Felix , iceagenow.info …….

  11. jack b :-) says:

    Where are these ‘climate change’ equations located? Website, please. Based on mathematics or logical expressions? Chemical components, or – what? Is it the typical equivalency equation used by most scientists or some sort of hybrid that this environmental geoscientist could relate to, and/or potentially work with.

    Mr. Eichenwald: I would really like to know. Again, your source please.

    * feel free to cut and paste my post on twitter, as i’m not a tweety bird.

  12. JOHN ELVIDGE says:

    Thank You! It takes just a few to point out the hypocrisy of the media when reporting on the weather. I had no idea why Dr. Gray disappeared. He was always being quoted by the MSM and made many appearances on TV and then, gone. Since I lived in S. Florida we saw him often during the hurricane season. When I read about his death and what had happened to him, it all came into focus. I tell my children about what happened to Dr. Gray as a warning not to take everything they are being ‘sold’ in school at face value. Unfortunately the attention span of the average person is short and their historical attention span less than their own age.

  13. Adamant de-Nye-er says:

    Meteorology: the branch of science concerned with the processes and phenomena of the atmosphere, especially as a means of forecasting the weather.

    Climate Science: See Rainmaking.
    Rainmaking: a simple scam in which the trickster promises to use their power or influence over a complex system to make it do something favorable for the mark.
    “The trickster has no actual influence on the outcome, but if the favorable outcome happens anyway they will then claim credit. If the event doesn’t happen of course then the trickster may be able to claim that they need more money until it finally does.”

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