International Journal of Inactivism — Mindless Link Propagation section

  • 12:25:04 pm on March 19, 2009 | 4

    I thought I’d just mention Joanne Nova’s weird excuse for ignoring the evidence of man-made global warming provided by Skeptico : [cached: 1, 2]

    Q 1/ Can you [Skeptico] name a single piece of empirical evidence that man-made carbon raises temperatures?

    (He needs post only one reference, but instead he throws the lazy-mega-link-pages back: the 800 page IPCC report, the 450 link index of Real Climate, a Wikipedia page with 250 links, and a link to a software developers blog, just in case I had time to follow the other 1,500 pages and I still hadn’t found any evidence. Thanks Sceptico.

    To summarize JoNova’s response: ‘IPCC report? Too long, didn’t read.’

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Comments

  • Joanne Nova 21:59 on March 19, 2009 | #

    So you can’t name one single paper either? We realists have read Chapter Nine and we know you can’t name 1 page that lists a peer reviewed paper with empirical support for AGW because it isn’t there. You just ‘believe’. We don’t.

  • frankbi 03:56 on March 20, 2009 | #

    Joanne Nova:

    Then can you point to the subsection in Chapter 9 which purports to prove an anthropogenic influence (but which you say doesn’t)?

    If you’ve actually read the chapter, and if you’re an honest interlocutor, then it should be pretty easy.

  • trent 18:53 on June 28, 2009 | #

    Where’d she go?

  • frankbi 07:36 on July 12, 2009 | #

    (william farrell: Accusations of lying and fraud are not evidence. Stop trolling.)


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