Excellent iPhone Results

A Google search for “top energy and climate specialists in the world” on an iPhone seems to do a very good job. Toto approves.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

18 Responses to Excellent iPhone Results

  1. ClimateYogi says:

    But it seems like when I Google the name of so called Climate skeptics , the top results are all hit pieces designed to denigrate them . You must be doing something right ! Keep up the good and important work .

    • John of Cloverdale, Western Australia says:

      Google Steve Goddard and the moniker seems to get off fairly well but for most other reputable scientists (eg Roy Spencer) on the so called “skeptical” side of Climate politics, denigrating links such as ‘desmogblog’ and ‘skepticalscience.com’ links are prominent

      • Anon says:

        Regarding skepticalscience.com which was / is created and maintained by John Cook (97% consensus paper).

        The Rise of “Kinder, Gentler” Climate-Change Deniers

        John Cook, a professor at George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication who has studied public perception of climate change extensively, believes this type of denial is especially dangerous because it pretends to be balanced—thereby confusing people into apathy. “When you throw conflicting pieces of information at people, they don’t know what to believe, so they stop believing in anything,” he told me.

        https://newrepublic.com/article/142421/rise-kinder-gentler-climate-change-deniers

        So, that is what you have to keep in mind when you visit skepticalscience.com, “no conflicting pieces of information”.

        It seems like Cook’s goals and the title of his website are a contradiction in terms.

        • Johansen says:

          I mentioned CAGW in a Chemistry class, and there were quite a few skeptical kids muttering under their breath… so there is hope!

  2. Pathway says:

    Excellent! Your making progress.

  3. GeologyJim says:

    Congrats Tony!

    I’ll buy you a beer next time

  4. Truthseeker says:

    What the hell is Elon Musk doing in that list?

  5. Truthseeker says:

    Yes, but why is Elon Musk ranked higher?

    • rah says:

      I think that guy should have been put into the seat of that Tesla space junk they launched into space.

      • arn says:

        Space Junk?
        Amazon owner bezos is wasting tons of money on a space travel programm.
        Considering how much energy is needed to get to such high altitudes I wonder how he(and MSM) will sell this to the public as co2 neutral/free thing :)

        This will be funny.

        @truthseeker

        Elon Musks cars are considered the future of co2 free driving.
        +he is heavily investing in high density battery research.
        ((but before increasing battery capacities by 400% nothing of this can become really mainstream)

        • Johansen says:

          Around here, Tesla’s are high priced status symbols for people who already have a couple Merc’s or Bimmers.

          They’re taxpayer subsidized. Do you see a contradiction?…

          • arn says:

            Tesla and Musks fame only exist because of hypocrisy and contradiction.

            A virtue signalling status symbol of the green neo-bourgoisie who can afford paying 3* more for energy and cars.

  6. Windsong says:

    Awesome.
    Btw, weather in W. Washington this February even worse than when you out this way in 2017. Two snow events in the past week, and a few more in the pipeline. As I type this, both major east-west highways are closed in Central Washington due to blizzard conditions and collisions with no estimate of a reopening time. Of course, all of this due to a “warming world.”

  7. Louis Hooffstetter says:

    Check again next week. My guess is now that Big Brother knows you rate that high, your rank will soon plummet. But I sincerely hope I’m wrong.

  8. gregole says:

    Awesome Tony! Keep up the good work!

  9. arn says:

    Considering the low number of comments here
    this is surprising
    but it is a good indicator that the data provided is reliable and shared by many
    and that more and more people are fed up with all the AGW crap and are avoiding mainstream sources&opinions more and more.

  10. Richard Daniels says:

    O/T
    I am a frequent visitor and I have a question about long term climate patterns. In addition to climate sites I also enjoy reading archeology sites. This morning I was looking at a story about the area between Alaska and Siberia (Beringia). It got me to thinking about the glacial area of North America. This and past winters heavy cold spells and talk about the ” polar vortex” seems to mirror the known glacial patterns of Canada and the Midwest/ New England areas.

    My question is: Do you think that our present weather patterns are the “normal” weather systems of the interglacial period we are in now?
    Not sure if I framed the question clearly but aside from warm blips in normal cold weather such as the medieval warm period, Roman warm period,ect. doesn’t this follow the average winter weather of North America?
    Would appreciate some guidance to other websites if you don’t have time for an answer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.