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Junk Science Squared

By Mike N · April 24th, 2009 5:27 am · 3 Comments ·

This being the week of Earth Day, itself a product of junk science, I thought two more examples of same would be in order.

Junkfood Science has a remarkable post by the name ‘Rejection of science squared’. What’s amazing is that any paper or journal would be willing to publish such a speculative, assumptive, wishful thinking article. Or that somebody was willing to finance a study like this. I don’t think palm readers and clairvoyants use that many weasel words.
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Watts Up With That? (WUWT) has a guest post by Steven Goddard on the contradictory reports of the climate change alarmists which says in part:

Last weeks’ top Antarctic AGW story was :

Antarctic ice melting faster than expected

due to CO2, of course.

This week the #1 story is :

Antarctic ice spreading

but the increase in size is due to “stratospheric ozone depletion” which is of course also caused by man-made gases.

Except that’s not quite true as Mr. Goddard explains.

“Oh, and one minor problem with the ozone hole theory ”The ozone hole occurs during the Antarctic spring, from September to early December” – but the positive ice anomaly occurred during the autumn and winter (March through July) as represented by the red line below.”

The enviros will always find some reason to blame man for every problem real and imagined. How can it be otherwise since man is so evil and depraved by nature? Sigh. It shouldn’t be lost on anyone that Earth Day is also the birthday of communist leader Vladimir Lenin. In fact, the first earth Day was picked to be on his 100th birthday. Not much love for mankind there.

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Sandy // Apr 24, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    Thank you, Mike, for the kind mention. It’s an honor to be in the same post as WUWT, too.

  • 2 Mike N // Apr 26, 2009 at 3:23 am

    You’re welcome.

  • 3 Jim May // Apr 26, 2009 at 4:40 pm

    Via LGF: Earth Day 1970 Predictions