Follow Bill Nye And Michael Mann To Keep Abreast Of The Latest Advances In Junk Science And Superstition

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16 Responses to Follow Bill Nye And Michael Mann To Keep Abreast Of The Latest Advances In Junk Science And Superstition

  1. Gator says:

    My local weather man is constantly reminding the news desk that there is nothing “brutal” about average Summer weather. It’s hot. It’s always hot.

    People are sheep, unless they really strive to be something more.

  2. spike55 says:


    I hope people have seen this on WUWT !!

  3. Lance says:

    probably get you blocked shortly…can’t have facts get in the way of a good bs story!

  4. MrGrimNasty says:

    Appartently the ‘global heatwave’ of July 2018 was colder than the last 3 years, and only the sixth warmest in the record according to HADCRUT4.

    MSM Weather hype above actual climate fact then – what a surprise.

  5. Luke of the D says:

    Isn’t it normally hot in August? It is summer-time in the northern hemisphere…

    • arn says:

      You mean that hot weather during midsummer (as eg. august)
      is something normal?
      not in big brothers utopia where snow is a thing from the past
      and arctic ice no longer exists.

    • Robertv says:

      Hot in summer. We’re all gonna die!

      I’ve never understood why most tourist come for the hot weather.

      • Robertv says:

        A hunger stone (German: Hungerstein) is a type of hydrological landmark common in Central Europe. Hunger stones serve as famine memorials and warnings and were erected in Germany and in ethnic German settlements throughout Europe in the 15th through 19th centuries.

        These stones were embedded into a river during droughts to mark the water level as a warning to future generations that they will have to endure famine-related hardships if the water sinks to this level again.

        • Robertv says:

          The stone measures approximately 6 m³ and is carved with different years of drought. The oldest readable carving is from 1616, with older carvings (1417 and 1473) having been wiped out by anchoring ships during the years. The stone also features the Czech sentence „Neplač holka, nenaříkej, když je sucho, pole stříkej“ (lit. “Girl, don’t weep and moan, if it’s dry, water the field”), probably added in 1938.[5] This hunger stone is one of the oldest hydrological landmarks in the Elbe river.

  6. John Edmondson says:

    Nice one Steve, I take it you didn’t get a reply from the Borg?

  7. AndyDC says:

    The Naval Observatory in Washington, DC registered 108 on September 7, 1881! This current heatwave is quite garden variety by comparison. Temperatures over 100 degrees all the way up to Boston during the September 1881 heatwave.

    Same heatwave triggered forest fires in Michigan that killed hundreds of people.

    Weather happens and sometimes it can be brutal!

  8. pseudo-intellectual says:

    Wouldn’t it be funny if Nye & Mann booked passage on one of the “Ship of Fools” excursions to the Arctic…?

  9. MisanthropicMarc says:


    I don’t have ANY social media accounts. It’s all garbage. However, I signed up for a twitter account to see if you’ve been shadow banned. Apparently, the Masters of the Universe and the Ministry of Truth haven’t gotten around to your account, yet ;) Looks like your reply to Bill Nye the Idiot Guy is still present and attached to his tweet.


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