“Climate Change’s Powerful Voice”

“Oft-quoted Penn State University scientist and published author Michael Mann “

Manchin called out by climate change’s powerful voice: ‘A modern-day villain who drives a Maserati and lives on a yacht courtesy of the coal industry’ – MarketWatch

“dishonest” “bad science” “brazen fraud” “a crock of obvious drivel”

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8 Responses to “Climate Change’s Powerful Voice”

  1. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Manchin is a villain, so says the pope of propaganda. I often wondered why the charge of Big Coal, Big Oil, etc. has so much weight with morons, and Big Government is considered golden.

  2. Manchin attacks the junk science which Mann presents using facts and logic. Mann responds with ad hominem. That says it all: Sound argument vs specious argument. Perhaps more people should read Carl Sagan’s ‘Demon Haunted World’, in particular Chapter 12; ‘The Fine Art of Baloney Detection’ where he covers most of the logic errors in the bogus arguments which seem so popular.

  3. Cheshire Red says:

    ‘Volume 1’.

    Always gets me.

  4. rah says:

    Sundance believes that Machin will eventually drop his obstruction. He believes he is just trying to politically position himself with his WV constituency.


    I suspect he is correct. If it passes it will be about 1/4 of what they were really going for in the original. We shall see. The midterms are coming up quickly and conventional thinking is it will have to go through before then, if it is going through at all.

  5. Gamecock says:

    “Oft-quoted Penn State University scientist and published author Michael Mann“

    When I met Tom Wolfe ~50 years ago, they told me he was a published author. I was impressed. I had no idea what he had published until years later. He was just a guy at the club.

    I have a friend who published a book a few years ago. Amazon has sold maybe 30 copies.

    Saying that Mann is a published author is an anachronism; anyone and everyone is published today.

  6. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    2 points.
    1. It’s scientifically impossible for CO2 to cause significant rise in temperature (if any)
    Increasing CO2 is actually good for the environment
    2. There’s nothing wrong with the climate in the first place, not anything we could do about it if there was. Blame, if any, belongs to the sun.

  7. GreyGeek says:

    “Manchin called out by climate change’s powerful voice: ‘A modern-day villain who drives a Maserati and lives on a yacht courtesy of the coal industry’ ”
    So Mann accuses Manchin of being a puppet of the coal industry.
    Just where did Mann, et., al., get their funding?
    The last entry:
    “1577: Jones:
    [FOI, temperature data]
    Any work we have done in the past is done on the back of the research grants we
    get – and has to be well hidden. I’ve discussed this with the main funder (US
    Dept of Energy) in the past and they are happy about not releasing the original
    station data.”

    So Mann, et., al., is a puppet of the US DoE, which funded AGW “research” and they have to keep their incestuous relationship secret. Considering all the proven lies that Mann has thrown about I’d rather trust Manchin.

    • GreyGeek says:

      And Mann was smug about NOT releasing original weather station data, most of which is from stations in the USA, which have the longest history, and because he was backed politically and economically by the DoE.

      He’s done alright for himself. He has several positions at the university where he “teaches”, has written some books, lectures for a fee, and has a net worth estimated by some to be over $10 Million. Not bad for a science professor in the US, where the average annual salary is $73K.

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