Now I’m Convinced

Reuters’ journalists have fact-checked Michael Mann’s hockey stick and found it to be accurate.

Fact Check-‘Hockey Stick’ graph of rising global temperatures is accurate depiction of climate change | Reuters

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10 Responses to Now I’m Convinced

  1. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Geez! I wonder what the IQ of the average fact checker is? I also wonder what percent of the climate scientists graduated in the last 30 years and majored in climate “science” because they were already convinced of global warming? Would that be around 99.99%? Probably.
    They can’t be trusted to be objective, particularly when they advocate the alteration of data. The hockey stick does nothing other than manipulate temperature by making it a function of CO2.

  2. nobler says:

    Ask Mark Steyn about this. Better yet, read his book, “A Disgrace To The Profession”

    Michael Mann is a putz.

  3. So it is OK to use tree ring data as long as it shows a rise in temperature, and then change to thermometer readings when it indicates a temperature drop. This is what ‘fact checkers’ call valid science. Even the IPCC has distanced itself from this nonsense.

  4. GWS says:

    The true believer always makes reality fit the theory. The rest is noise.

  5. naloz16 says:

    Take it easy folks, it looks like reason has won, for a change, and the toxic “green” tide is receding: https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/glasgow-climate-summit-ends-tears-failure-and-kicking-can-commitments

  6. Logic n Reason says:

    I can’t remember the name of the man who said this but I believe Michael Mann sued him for libel and lost.

    “Michael Mann works in Penn State but should be in the State Pen! “

  7. Andre says:

    You know nothing John Snow.

    Seriously, who today, can validate Mann’s hockey stick? it’s wrong, wrong, wrong.

    You, fact checkers, are ridiculous, and validate garbage.

  8. Valefor says:

    It’s not because you are convinced of something that’s it’s true.

    You can be convinced that the invisible pink unicorn exists, but is that true?

    If 1 billion people say a mistake, it’s always a mistake.

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