Here, this should give those morons who’re populating one of the articles on this site (that isn’t about global warming) something to fawn over with their AGW propaganda attempts. I challenge them to actually read this book (it’s free, easily downloaded, and not very long) and then debate the points within the book. Period.
Of course, actually following links, reading material, and coherently responding has been a challenge for at least one of them already, so we’ll see how well this goes over…
I’m sure they’ll get all of their buddies at their little website to come over here to start posing commentary as well. Like their cut-and-paste response that started it all. The response that has nothing to do with global warming (only weather) and nothing to do with the article they’re commenting on (which was on economics and the legality around the EPA’s mandating cap-and-trade without Congress).
Let the fun begin!
Note to the commentators: I will only respond to actual, coherent, and on topic responses to information within Joanne Nova’s booklet. That includes ad hominem aimed at discrediting her. Debate her FACTS. Anything you post here aimed at discrediting Ms. Nova rather than debating her facts will be subject to removal. Any other b.s. you decide to post here that doesn’t fit that criteria will be ignored. Be warned that I have spoken with Ms. Nova several times in the past and may recruit her to help me respond to you here.
I’m not an anthropomorphic global warming expert nor am I paid by Exxon-Mobil or any of the other oil cartels. I wish I were, maybe I wouldn’t have to work so hard for a living. As it is, it’s hard enough doing what I do while also being a skeptic, since much of what I write about revolves around greenies and their little religious beliefs about nature.