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in: hughmac3; hughmac3 > 2024-02-02

Feb 2, 2024 7:28 PM # 
But do you glow in the night?
Feb 3, 2024 7:51 PM # 
No, I do not. However, I set Julie's Geiger counter a'buzzin. My doctor told her not to buy one, that it would be confusing and worrisome. Of course, she bought it anyway and the results are, well, confusing and worrisome. Looks to me that if you sat next to me for five years, you might have a radiation problem.

Being in "quarantine", I have unlimited time to look things up. Today I decided to conclude which variation of Global Warming I credited with being most likely accurate: Michael Mann and his hockey stick chart, or the opposite.

After reading many pro and con articles and observing that there is a trial going on right now involving Michael Mann and Mark Steyn (often characterized as a political "conservative" and general gadfly). Since Mann now works at Penn (not Penn State), I feel, that as an alumnus, I am entitled to have an opinion and - not be sued over it. Anyway, since I'm radioactive, I cannot appear in court.

I believe, upon careful review, that the hockey stick graph is bogus. 1 - it excludes the 900AD - 1400AD warm period. (Think grapes growing in Greenland.) 2 - Mann will not share his data with anyone. 3 - He is uncooperative and generally angry when anyone disagrees with anything he says. 4 - He contradicts himself often. 5 - He switches from selected tree ring data to Earth warming data. 6 - He is balding and often sprouts a compensating mustache, whereas I have a fine head of hair and cannot grow a mustach. 7 - He's been hired by Penn and must be therefor infected by their contagious D.E.I. thinking.


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