99% Of Experts Agree

Survey finds Hillary Clinton has ‘more than 99% chance’ of winning election over Donald Trump | The Independent

Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past – Environment – The Independent

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9 Responses to 99% Of Experts Agree

  1. wolvesjoe says:

    Just read a longer article which I felt deserved Tony’s forensic debunking:


  2. G W Smith says:

    If only life would bow to our wishes….

  3. Klaus says:

    Tony, for a long time I did not like Donald Trump. No one here in Scandinavia understand why you are voting for him. But now I understand you!! He is absolute brilliant!!! Not a bad person as all the media here are telling us. Now I cannot wait for the election in 2020!!!

  4. Great to read WalterWilliams has found you….as I have for the last couple of years. Amazing how real data, exhibited objectively, reveals the truth. Your work is important….keep it up. I tell anyone interested in the climate science debate to follow you.

    Thanks again!

  5. anothermaninthemirror says:

    Tony, you are getting attention and more traction.

    So are other blog sites, so much so that the Alarmist Catastrophic Climate Change Cult is pushing harder and harder in an attempt to carry on this deplorable deception that is this fraud and hoax of supposed catastrophic climate change.

    With the mass media still committed to their cause on account of the directives from the owners via the editors to their ill informed journalists, those who own and employ thousands of employees working for their five corporate mass media conglomerates, it was, is and will be an ongoing up hill slog until hopefully, the kid with his finger in the dyke will come out of the woodwork, have to remove his finger and the dam will burst…… here’s hoping.

    Keep up the good work,

  6. Mark Frank says:

    The title of the post is “99% of experts agree” and presumably what follows is meant to be some kind of refutation of the importance of that statement in the context of climate change. It is hard to imagine a more irrelevant couple of items.

    The two items are reports from The Independent, which like most UK press, is a thoroughly unreliable, highly politicised, source and certainly not an expert. The articles refer to two sources which may or may not be expert. There is little chance to cross-check what the sources actually said – but the headline of the second article does not match the quote from the “expert” source in the article. In any case, the sources were clearly not 99% of experts in their subject.

    • Gator says:

      Mark, having a sense of humor is a sign of higher intelligence. Your confusion over something which makes the rest of us laugh is sad. You have my deepest sympathies…

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