Saturday, February 28, 2015


Coyote Blog: "On funding and bias in climate."  "I really, really did not want to have to write yet another post on this.  99+% of all climate funding goes to alarmists rather than skeptics."


Anonymous said...

Results suggest the 99% are being shortchanged.

The link cites 2,258 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals between 11/12 and 12/14, written by 9,136 authors.

The ratio between "alarmists" and "skeptics" is 2,257 to 1.

For 1991-2012, the ratio was 13,926 to 24.

Eric said...

Bill Nye wants you to call it "climate change" now, not global warming. For some reason.

Maybe the reason the 99% are getting shortchanged is, um, the actual evidence.

Anonymous said...

Thursday in the U.S. Senate.

Senator James Inhofe: “I ask the chair, you know what this is? It’s a snowball, just from outside here. So it’s very, very cold out. Very unseasonal. Mr. President, catch this.”

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse: "You can believe every single major American scientific society, or you can believe the Senator with the snowball."

A snowball's chance in the Senate said...

Every single major American scientific society says it has not been cold and unseasonal in DC lately? What are they - deniers?

Anonymous said...

They don't really believe it. They're only saying so because they're being paid off by Big Sleet.