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Posted By: JoinerHas anyone except Paul, Bot and me actually LISTENED to the podcast AND read the paper linked to by Paul?http:///forum114/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/standard/cry.gif" alt="" title="" >
Posted By: marktimehttp://scienceblogs.com/deltoid/?utm_source=bloglist&utm_medium=dropdown
Posted By: bot de pailleIf you listen to the podcast, he explains why this notion that CO2 levels being stable before the industrial revolution is a fallacy. In fact C02 levels are in constant flux.
Posted By: SteamyTeaI knew it rang a bell, is it a re-hash of the Soon and Baliunas 2003 paper, seems so similar to me in methodolgy.Just to make it clear I may be sceptical of climate science and the methodologies used, but in now way am I a climate change denier. Just would like to get to the bottom it it all with proven and dependable science.
Posted By: bot de pailleI would just like to make it clear that I am a flat earther, climate change denier, holocaust denier, dont believe in smoking causing cancer, I receive large checks from Exxon every month and was regularly sleeping with the entire Bush family. oh and I don't like dolphins or baby seals
Posted By: bot de pailleGavin- your entire input to this thread has been smug
Posted By: JoinerBut the criticisms are now legitimate because based on a reading/listening of what the guy's said, rather than an offhand dismissal on the basis of a knee-jerk reaction to a few introductory words.As it happens, even with my very limited understanding I got the same impression as other critics and would indeed have used the word "extrapolation" and questioned the baseline assumptions, if not the actual figures. I just needed confirmation in an authoratitive form.It would appear also, then, that there are peer reviews and peer reviews. I suspected as much.
Posted By: marktimeAs to authority, how about a consensus of nearly 100% of climate and associated discipline scientists that AGW is now beyond reasonable doubt?
Posted By: marktimeMurry Salby has a book to sell and there is no such thing as bad publicity.
Posted By: bot de pailleI don't like dolphins or baby seals
Posted By: JoinerIn other words, Gavin, I was looking for precisely the response that you gave once you'd actually read the "blog" and listened to the podcast. My concern was over the apparent (very apparent) offhand dismissal of someone who was throwing a spanner into works I thought had been finalised. But the criticisms are now legitimate because they're NOW based on a reading/listening of what the guy's actually said, rather than an assumption followed by an offhand dismissal on the basis of a knee-jerk reaction to a few introductory words - by your own admission Gavin.
Posted By: djhWhat is bot's attitude with regard to kittens and ponies
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