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More than 100 scientists rebuke Obama as 'simply incorrect' on global warming

More than 100 scientists rebuke Obama as 'simply incorrect' on global warming

"Few challenges facing America and the world are more urgent than combating climate change. The science is beyond dispute and the facts are clear."
- President-elect Barack Obama, 19 Nov 08
With all due respect Mr. President, that is not true.

We, the undersigned scientists, maintain that the case for alarm regarding climate change is grossly overstated. Surface temperature changes over the past century have been episodic and modest and there has been no net global warming for over a decade now.1,2 After controlling for population growth and property values, there has been no increase in damages from severe weather-related events.3 The computer models forecasting rapid temperature change abjectly fail to explain recent climate behavior.4 Mr. President, your characterization of the scientific facts regarding climate change and the degree of certainty informing the scientific debate is simply incorrect.

Note: Many of the scientists are current and former UN IPCC reviewers and some have reversed their views on man-made warming and are now skeptical.

Also note Nobel Laureate for Physics Dr. Ivar Giaever signed. Giaever endorsed Obama for President in an October 29, 2008 letter. See: http://www.portfolio.com/views/blogs/the-tech-observer/2008/10/29/over-70-nobel-science-laureates-endorse-obama

* Yun Akusofu, Ph.D University Of Alaska
* Arthur G. Anderson, Ph.D, Director Of Research, IBM (retired)
* Charles R. Anderson, Ph.D Anderson Materials Evaluation
* J. Scott Armstrong, Ph.D, University Of Pennsylvania
* Robert Ashworth, Clearstack LLC
* Ismail Baht, Ph.D, University Of Kashmir
* Colin Barton Csiro (retired)
* David J. Bellamy, OBE, The British Natural Association
* John Blaylock, Los Alamos National Laboratory (retired)
* Edward F. Blick, Ph.D, University Of Oklahoma (emeritus)
* Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Ph.D, University Of Hull
* Bob Breck Ams, Broadcaster Of The Year 2008
* John Brignell, University Of Southampton (emeritus)
* Mark Campbell, Ph.D, U.S. Naval Academy
* Robert M. Carter, Ph.D, James Cook University
* Ian Clark, Ph.D, Professor, Earth Sciences University Of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
* Roger Cohen, Ph.D Fellow, American Physical Society
* Paul Copper, Ph.D, Laurentian University (emeritus)
* Piers Corbyn, MS, Weather Action
* Richard S. Courtney, Ph.D, Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change
* Uberto Crescenti, Ph.D Past-President, Italian Geological Society
* Susan Crockford, Ph.D University Of Victoria
* Joseph S. D'aleo, Fellow, American Meteorological Society
* James Demeo, Ph.D, University Of Kansas (retired)
* David Deming, Ph.D, University Of Oklahoma
* Diane Douglas, Ph.D, Paleoclimatologist
* David Douglass, Ph.D, University Of Rochester
* Robert H. Essenhigh, E.G. Bailey Emeritus, Professor Of Energy Conversion The Ohio State University
* Christopher Essex, Ph.D, University Of Western Ontario
* John Ferguson, Ph.D, University Of Newcastle
* Upon Tyne (retired)
* Eduardo Ferreyra, Argentinian Foundation For A Scientific Ecology
* Michael Fox, Ph.D, American Nuclear Society
* Gordon Fulks, Ph.D, Gordon Fulks And Associates
* Lee Gerhard, Ph.D, State Geologist, Kansas (retired)
* Gerhard Gerlich, Ph.D, Technische Universitat Braunschweig
* Ivar Giaever, Ph.D, Nobel Laureate, Physics
* Albrecht Glatzle, Ph.D, Scientific Direc tor, Inttas (Paraguay)
* Wayne Goodfellow, Ph.D, University Of Ottawa
* James Goodridge, California State Climatologist (retired)
* Laurence Gould, Ph.D, University Of Hartford
* Vincent Gray, Ph.D, New Zealand=2 0Climate Coalition
* William M. Gray, Ph.D, Colorado State University
* Kenneth E. Green, D.En v., American Enterprise Institute
* Kesten Green, Ph.D, Monash University
* Will Happer, Ph.D, Princeton University
* Howard C. Hayden, Ph.D, University Of Connecticut (emeritus)
* Ben Herman, Ph.D, University Of Arizona (emeritus)
* Martin Hertzberg, Ph.D, U.S. Navy (retired)
* Doug Hoffman, Ph.D, Author, The Resilient Earth
* Bernd Huettner, Ph.D
* Ole Humlum, Ph.D, University Of Oslo
* A. Neil Hutton, Past President, Canadian Society Of Petroleum Geologists
* Craig D. Idso, Ph.D, Center For The Study Of Carbon Dioxide And Global Change
* Sherwood B. Idso, Ph.D, U.S. Department Of Agriculture (retired)
* Kiminori Itoh, Ph.D, Yokohama National University
* Steve Japar, Ph.D, Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change
* Sten Kaijser, Ph.D, Uppsala University (emeritus)
* Wibjorn Karlen, Ph.D, University Of Stockholm20(emeritus) Joel Kauffman, Ph.D, University Of The Sciences, Philadelphia (emeritus)
* David Kear, Ph.D, Former Director-General, Nz Dept. Scientific And Industrial Research
* Richard Keen, Ph.D, University Of Colorado
* Dr. Kelvin Kemm, Ph.D, Lifetime Achievers Award, National Science And Technology Forum, South Africa
* Madhav Khandekar, Ph.D, Former Editor, Climate Research
* Robert S. Knox, Ph.D, University Of Rochester (emeritus)
* James P. Koermer, Ph.D, Plymouth State University
* Gerhard Kramm, Ph.D, University Of Alaska Fairbanks
* Wayne Kraus, Ph.D, Kraus Consulting
* Olav M. Kvalheim, Ph.D, Univ. Of Bergen
* Roar Larson, Ph.D, Norwegia n University Of Science And Technology
* James F. Lea, Ph.D
* Douglas Leahy, Ph.D, Meteorologist
* Peter R.=2 0Leavitt, Certified Consulting Meteorologist
* David R. Legates, Ph.D, University of Delaware
* Richard S. Lindzen, Ph.D, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology
* Harry F. Lins, Ph.D. Co-Chair, IPCC Hydrology and Water Resources Working Group
* Anthony R. Lupo, Ph.D, University Of Missouri
* Howard Maccabee, Ph.D, MD Clinical Faculty, Stanford Medical School
* Horst Malberg, Ph.D, Free University of Berlin
* Bjorn Malmgren, Ph.D, Goteburg University (emeritus)
* Jennifer Marohasy, Ph.D, Australian Environment Foundation
* James A Marusek, U.S. Navy (retired)
* Ross Mckitrick, Ph.D, University Of Guelph
* Patrick J. Michaels, Ph.D, University Of Virginia
* Timmothy R. Minnich, MS, Minnich And Scotto, Inc.
* Asmunn Moene, Ph.D, Former Head, Forecasting Center, Meteorological Institute, Norway
* Michael Monce, Ph.D, Connecticut College
* Dick Morgan, Ph.D, Exeter University (emeritus)
* Nils-axel Morner, Ph.D, Stockholm University (emeritus)
* David Nowell, D.I.C., Former Chairman, Nato Meteorology Canada
* Cliff Ollier, D.Sc., University Of Western Au stralia
* Garth W. Paltridge, Ph.D, University Of Tasmania
* Alfred Peckare k, Ph.D, St. Cloud State University
* Dr. Robert A. Perkins, P.E. University Of Alaska
* Ian Pilmer, Ph.D, University Of Melbourne (emeritus)
* Brian R. Pratt, Ph.D, University Of Saskatchewan
* John Reinhard, Ph.D, Ore Pharm aceuticals
* Peter Ridd, Ph.D, James Cook University
* Curt Rose, Ph.D, Bishop's University (emeritus)
* Peter Salonius, M.Sc., Canadian Forest Service
* Gary Sharp, Ph.D, Center For Climate/Ocean Resources Study
* Thomas P. Sheahan, Ph.D, Western Technologies, Inc.
* Alan Simmons, Author, The Resilient Earth
* Roy N. Spencer, Ph.D, University Of Alabama-Huntsville
* Arlin Super, Ph.D, Retired Research Meteorologist, U.S. Dept. Of Reclamation
* George H. Taylor,MS, Applied Climate Services
* Eduardo P. Tonni, Ph.D, Museo De La Plata (Argentina)
* Ralf D. Tscheuschner, Ph.D
* Dr. Anton Uriarte,Ph.D, Universidad Del Pais Vasco
* Brian Valentine, Ph.D, U.S. Department Of Energy
* Gosta Walin, Ph.D, University Of Gothenburg (emeritus)
* Gerd-Rainer Weber,Ph.D, Reviewer, Intergovernmenal Panel On Climate Change
* Forese-Carlo Wezel, Ph.D, Urbino University
* Edward T. Wimberley, Ph.D, Florida Gulf Coast University
* Miklos Zagoni,Ph.D Reviewer, Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change
* Antonio Zichichi,Ph.D President, World Federation Of Scientists

Footnotes

1. Swanson, K.L., and A. A. Tsonis. Geophysical Research Letters, in press: DOI:10.1029/2008GL037022.

2. Brohan, P., et al. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2006: DOI: 10.1029/2005JD006548. Updates at http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/temperature.

3. Pielke, R. A. Jr., et al. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2005: DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-86-10-1481.

4. Douglass, D. H., et al. International Journal of Climatology, 2007: DOI: 10.1002/joc.1651.


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  • Wow, this study is from over a year ago before the presidential race was decided. Doing a spot check on the references did not yield any credible background on the "scientists". Many simply were not scientists at all but were academics or others. Posting old information as new is an old, worn out tactic. Post pertinant facts instead, not inflamitory junk.

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    • Not only that, but the fact that its 100 scientists. Wow, 100 scientists, big freken deal. Scientists disagree on many things, but 100 scientists isn't shit. That is if they actually are scientists.

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    • We thank you for the well-considered, non-biased comments. If you have a few days to monitor this site, you will see that climate change is far from a recent development. The Earth is a very big place. The very idea that man can change the Earth is ludicrous. If it were so, we would have rain when we wanted it and hurricanes would only hit red counties. Nature is the real master, not the other way around.

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    • If you would have bothered to look at my profile you would of noticed that I have been a member on this site for quite a while. You would also possibly know that I conduct research in the field of wildlife/conservation. So I am considered a scientist and I happen to know a thing or two about what people can do to this planet.

      The fact that you think people are incapable of changing this planet laughable. But I guess you just forgot about all the pollution, deforestation, fragmentation, introdu More..

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    • When humans truly, TRULY, outrun the resources on this planet, the planet will say "enough" and it will take care of itself. The effects you mention are localized. They are not global. But, come the day when the Earth decides to cool, with our without man's generous considerations, we will not stop it. We will, however, have ample means to cool our beer.

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    • If you think the effects things such as pollution, deforestation, fragmentation, introduced species, over harvesting etc... result in effects that are only localized then you need to crack open a basic biology book. The fact that your making the claim that their effects are localized shows how little knowledge you have in this area let alone climate change.
      Hell, the effects of deforestation in an area like the Amazon jungle can have dramatic effects over a very large portion of central and sou More..

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  • there are millions of scientists in the world.

    come back when that 100 number is in the dozens of thousands at least.

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  • gee whiz,i wonder how many of these are actual climate scientists who publish their material.very few because 97% of the climate scientists who publish regularly agreed with the statement, %u201Chuman activity is a significant contributing factor in changing mean global temperatures%u201D.
    you're as idiotic as the creationist who say they have scientists who agree with creation

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  • So? How many ignorant Christians denied the Earth was round, or that the sun is the center of the Universe?

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    • I might ask what Christianity has to do with weather/climate tracking? this is a throw-away, ad hominem comment that is stupid on its face let alone any investigation of its origins. OK. you are an atheist. Fine. Let me know what you really think on your second to last breath on this earth.

      I am a Christian that is fully willing to admit that Christians don't know everything. The Bible is divinely inspired but it is not a construction manual. I might even say the same about the Koran i More..

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    • Not an atheist, was using Christians as a point of reference for the discussion at hand, especially in light of the fact that some Christian fan boy is in here telling everyone they are dumb for believing evolution or global warming.

      Christians are what ruled our western world, it is the most applicable situation of reference for our kind. I did say "ignorant" Christians, to separate them from normal Christians. Point being, just because no one agrees with you, doesn't mean you are More..

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    • Thanks. I truly believe that mankind has not even begun to understand his surroundings. Denying evolution is just as stupid as denying that a larger force might be at play here on Earth. Witness dark energy. A hundred years ago on a Carribbean island such intangible, unseeable, uncontrollable magic might have been called voodoo. These days, all the best, published cosmologists say it exists. I say wait and see. Wait and see.

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    • Yes, you could be right. I point out to anybody that will listen that the Bible only states that a higher being created the universe in general and the Earth in particular. Science can neither prove nor disprove that statement. Also, religion/faith has nothing to say beyond the original premise either. That said, even Genesis only states that God created the universe, it says nothing about atoms, dark energy or your labrador retriever. Don't even get me started on dinosaurs. Our status is More..

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  • What a joke. It must be April.

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  • standard bullshit

    i'm sure you could find 1,000 more than agree with "Obama"... who, by the way, didn't create the issue of global warming. he was asked a question about the issue, and he prefaced his answer with that quote.

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  • I'll take claims like this more seriosuly when they're not being toated by anti-intellectuals who can't regocnize humans as apes. Stupid primates.

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    • Or perhaps you could turn on the weather channel and notice that it's cold everywhere and that the earth hasn't warmed at all since 1998. Buuut that would require you to think for yourself, God forbid your templates and narratives are challenged. *gasp*

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    • "God forbid"? And you wish to discuss narratives and templates? Oh that's hillarious, because clearly if I disagree with you I musn't be thinking.

      Wow, the weather channel! And you went all the way back to 1998! I'm impressed with the depth of your research analysis!

      Bravo, you're a genius. -_-"
      *slow golf clap*

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    • Well if you prove me wrong and you have some intellectually curious, we could go back further; I could point out to you that weather has fluctuated as long as the earth has been around.
      Greenland used to be green for instance.

      Did you know that the earth was going through a cold period right about the time America was discovered. Most of the grapes in Europe were destroyed and wine became expensive. Which is why beer became popular about that time.

      Anyway, I could go on and on but you and I More..

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    • Sorry I stopped listening at "you prove me wrong" as you evidently don't comprehend the burden of proof. Prove YOURSELF correct. Why don't YOU have the intellectual curiosity to go back further to support your own claims!?

      Greenland used to be green? Beer and wine? Thats your climatological data?

      Yes and there used to be Mastadons and Sabertoot Tigers. Then the climate changed, food ran scarce, and species died off...so whatever is your point?

      You could go on? Whenever did you More..

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    • Look you arrogant twat, the burden of proof is on your side. I don't have to prove the sky's not falling.

      There has been zero warming in the last 10 years. So wheres your MMGW? We've had record cold and the sea levels aren't rising. 30 years ago you freaks were telling us the planet was going through an ice age.

      Were supposed to believe they've got the climate figured out 10 years from now when they can't even accurately predict the weather a week out?

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  • This is old crap but still why do you think that a president is all knowing and all seeing?
    They all simply make decisions based on what their advisors advise them on.
    People try to get their point across and the winners get the presidents approval.
    Economists advise him to do various things with the economy, he is not an expert on it, they tell him about the foreign policies and he chooses from that info. He does not really know.

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  • Strip those 100 of all credentials. They are wrong wrong wrong. The last Ice Age ended about 11000 years ago and the earths climate has been warming for 11000 years. Some day it will peak and start dropping again to eventually start another ice age.

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  • Anyone noticed that Al Gore looks more & more like Bella Lugosi everyday ?

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  • It's the damn universe, people. If it's time for the Earth to get hot it will get hot, and if it's time for it to cool it will cool. There's not a damn thing we can do about it except try to predict what will happen and when and prepare for it.

    I think if there's a global cooling we'll be screwed though, since our growing seasons will be shorter. There will be a lot less people coming out of that cooling period then when we entered it.

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  • It's going to be hard undoing the 8 years of BUSH suppression of science.......LOL

    We are going into a cycle of global cooling....

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    • Bush suppression of science? Is that what you call not funding embryonic stem cell research? Dumb ass!

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    • I guess you must have been sleeping the last 8 years....LOL

      http://www.climatesciencewatch.org/index.php/csw/details/shulman-book/

      http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/0219-02.htm

      http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/hotpolitics/reports/suppressed.html

      http://www.thenation.com/blogs/edcut/1585

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  • Al Gore has got an Oscar,that trumps that lot

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    • You know, I wonder what he does with that trophy when, you know, nobody is looking....

      Oh damn. You said trump! I just read rump. My apologies.

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    • Your comments in this blog are shown in a different light after reading this post. It's obvious that you are more interested in childishly criticizing than presenting substantive arguments. You say we don't know who or what kind of education you have. True, but I do have a good idea, based on your posts.

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    • You know, your critique is not unwarranted. That said, I just cannot take Algore seriously. Also, when it comes to climate prediction, alot more than just the planet gets overheated.

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    • You know, after further thought and rereading this channel, I would like to know more about what you mean. OK. the whole oscar/rump thing was stupid and juvenile. What can I say, when it comes to Al Gore, I have my weak moments. Also, I might refer you to my latest response to bommer1. Thanks.

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    • ShadowankerdogKGB has presented something as fact that is old hype and has very little resemblance to fact. He posts to attract attention and to rile up the masses sympathetic to his opinion. I consider him a lost cause who will refuse to comprehend other poster's rational opinions.

      Those like yourself are fair game for conversation and so it gives me a soap box to stand on to argue for my point of view.

      I detest shallow comments made on a serious subject that others read and then take for f More..

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  • The most reverend Algore had is mansion lit up like the fourth of July here in Nashville on Earth hour. Even to this day, his "home" residence consumes more fossil energy than any four or five houses in any other average neighborhood. Let's be clear, if the reverend Algore has the money, he has the right to light 'em up. You know, burn baby burn. I take great issue with the righteous preaching he issues from his G5 (or whatever he is flying these days) while he tries to stuff the r More..

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  • By the way Yahoo News & just about everybody else report yesterday 4/18/09 that ...

    "The EPA on Friday declared that carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases sent off by cars and many industrial plants "endanger public health and welfare," setting the stage for regulating them under federal clean air laws. The action by the Environmental Protection Agency marks the first step toward requiring power plants, cars and trucks to curtail their release of climate-changing pol More..

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    • Yay!! we are a minority on here. But when you have Scientific integrity at your back and truth as descriptive accuracy, no one can dispute.

      The Paradigm is "Humans are fucken up the earth" fair and square.

      If we weren't then why would we be attempting Weather Modification?

      Fallow the patent trails... They are documented.

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  • Al Gore got a Nobel Prize for "discovering" that the weather changes. LMFAO at this total fucking failure and destruction of the integrity of the Nobel Prize. Liberals always find a way to fuck up great things.

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  • Libdicks hate it when their "research" is undermined with opposition. Stupid morons they are.

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  • My god why is anyone listening to Al Gore on this or any other matter (lol)? All I can do is laugh! He like all the other politicians, he is a selfish, self serving egotistical lawyer not a scientist. I might (and I emphasize might)call him if I needed some advice on a lawsuit... But based on his record I doubt he could win it! AL Gore the name is synonymous with sloppy seconds.

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  • Wait until April 20th...that is when congress unveils its shiny new 700 page global warming bill...

    Cuba will be the last place on Earth with "rel" cars..

    Anybody wanna buy a f-250 and twin engine 25' boat?

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  • Obama knows there is no such thing as MMGW, he may be a liberal socialist but he's not totally ignorant.

    The idea has never been to 'save the planet', its about growing government, increasing regulations and increasing taxes.

    They're liberals, HELLOOOOOO AMERICA!!! Are you paying attention?

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    • From a dude with an Avatar of the Darwin fish being thrown away.

      you havn't woken up to the fact that evolution is fact, not theory.
      Go watch Intelligent Design on Trial from Nova.

      And get an education.

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    • Fact? haha yeah OK dude and the world is flat. Show me where you've proved that animals can invent themselves into new species? Oh yeah you haven't. Dumb

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    • Your right, a magical being created it all with his harry potter magic in 7 days, then came down every so often to throw in some new animals and take some away, like an indecisive teenage girl trying on new outfits.

      Yeah that makes sense, and yet we are the dumb ones

      hahahahhaahahaha

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    • WTF is "invent themselves" mean? Don't you know ANYTHING about natural selection or genetics!?

      Where the hell is the genetic limitation on mutations at the species level?

      Do you even know what a SPECIES is!?

      Oh wait of course you don't.
      You're the most ignorant ape ever.

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    • Err.. sorry to interrupt but...

      The concept of species is actually fuzzy and controversial in biology, especially for eukaryote, and I believe most biologists recognize that. Why would you taunt somebody on that subject, being so cocky as pretending one has to be an "ignorant ape" to ignore what a species is? You are only displaying juvenile arrogance doing so.

      If you further believe random mutations are the only vector for speciation you need to do some reading. Start with good ol More..

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  • Every name on that list will now be subject to harrassment and death threats for disputing the mighty Manmade Global Warming cult of Gore.

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    • The larger question for this list of Professors...is "how many of them are tenured and Full Professors"? "How many of them hold a "Chair""? If you're a "rookie" and non tenurerd...you're just a basic run of the mill PhD....and 95% of them DO NOT get tenured at their first University.

      I also notice a large number of the people on this list are NOT "climate specialist" and wonder how their areas of research can possibly be relevant in this discuss More..

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  • So how is it that a thinking man can just so happen to buy into every premise and narrative that comes down the left wing pike? Coincidence or do you just take marching orders?

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  • In other news: 100 scientists were mysteriously poisoned around the country. They died each in their respected homes or places of work, but no correlation has yet to be found among the victims.

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