Saturday, November 05, 2005

Butthead's Logic

So GM Roper here thinks he can take on the global warming debate with this atrocious fighter in his corner. Pitiful. I've sent the argument to the folks he's playing against with these nuts. Update to come, but I know the answer already. I know it because I can tell what is propaganda and what is scientifically sound. So can the professionals at realclimate.

Here's the source for the sad deniers: A conservative think tank . Led by Dr. Fred Singer this bunch isn't even close to being credible. In fact it's a perfect example of the opposite of what they claim: the politicization of science. That's exactly what it is so, mission accomplished and only those wingerville residents will buy it. A damn shame that many of us are still that stupid in this day and age.


Blogger Randy said...

You know Mark I was going to slam Roper and Woodrow for their silliness, but you did it well enough.

What was really silly was the time Woody made this comment in my blog:

As boring as it sounds, I subscribe to Astronomy, Physics Today, and other science magazines and get excited when I get home and a new one has arrived. I do understand science, and I understand the cycles of heating and cooling of the planet well enough. (In fact, something I've never revealed, is that I once had a short science show on educational television.)

Why would someone not "reveal" something like that? Probably because it's manufactured out of whole cloth.

5:40 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

He and Roper couldn't find their ass with both hands. That was my obscene comment he tried to smear me with. He doesn't know jack squat about anything and proves it daily. What dickhead.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

"Concerned Scientists" who are in the fields of psychology or other specialties unrealted to our climate?"

Horseshit. That's a bald face lie. The scientists on my side of this so-called debate, like Intelligent Design it's only a debate with a moron on the other end of the table, are the top climate scientists in the world, such as the ones at Realclimate. What fools Woody et al are. Nothing but right-wing propgandists.

7:09 PM  
Blogger Joel said...

Woody could have had a science show -- on local cable access which can't deny anyone a show.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Good point: Woody's World.

4:13 PM  
Blogger Ogre said...

Look, we all know that global warming is really Bush and Haliburton's fault. If Haliburton would just approve the damn Kyoto treaty, global warming would end within a week. My biggest fear is that Kyoto, signed by Clinton, would be TOO good and that it would get too cold in some places on mother earth. But too cold sure beats global warming!

5:41 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Another party from Woody's World unable to think straight.

7:58 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Same template of naysayer igniorance. I say that because you are. Here's the deal the claims you make are fallacious. Argrument is here: To read, then try to refute. That's the template.

11:26 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Realclimate is not just some political opinion. It's the consensus of the experts in the field. What you don't get Seth is from behind your blinders and anonymity, truth can't be seen. I've easily refuted all of your assertions about why we shouldn't accept GW. It's not that they agree with me. It's I agree with their scientific peer-reviewed method. They are the appeal to authority. You are an appeal to NO authority. Do you see the difference?

Note to home: you don't have that.

12:58 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Propagandists will be deleted on sight since they're incapable of learning.

4:42 PM  
Blogger Randy said...


It's also the Union of Concerned Scientists and The Center for Science in the Public Interest amongst others who think that Woody and GM are wrong on this.

What I found especially ridiculous about Woody's arguments were his unsubstantiated claims on my blog that people who were not experts on climatology were listed as experts on global warming.

Yet what does GM do to Woody's slobbering amens? He lists a guy who's not a climatologist and a right-wing Republican think tank as his sources and they list a man who gets funding from oil companies as their "expert."

In their world it's just do as I say and not as I do.

4:58 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

That's exactly it Randy. I've completely lost patience with these people. As far as I'm concerned they're a cult like the moonies.

5:01 PM  

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