DJ Droood wrote:How is everyone's winter shaping up, btw? The cold snap seemed to disprove "global warming" for many people, but I have to tell you, it has been an unusually warm Jan here in central Canada...many days hovering around 0c, which is above normal...might have rain on the weekend! -15c is more the norm.
Disposal of nuclear waste is a very big problem indeed. But that's not the only non-emission power generation in debate.
RE: Merlyn's gobbledygook — a mishmash of unrelated nonsense. Nothing really there for a sentient person to consider
Kernos wrote:You do love to troll, DJ.
Merlyn wrote:But so much for chit chat, the subject of this thread is re-defined and directed to be all about the peer review process, which frankly was not even considered let alone followed as protocol for these kinds of predictions.
Merlyn wrote:http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/01/ ... ting-away/
And so climate gate is far from over.
A highly sophisticated hacking operation that led to the leaking of hundreds of "climategate" emails from the Climatic Research Unit in East Anglia was probably done by a foreign intelligence agency, says the British Government's former chief scientist.
"If it was a job done on behalf of a government, then I suppose there is the possibility that it could be the Russian intelligence agency. If it was a maverick group then I suppose it could be the Americans. I've worked within government and I've seen this in operation. It was a sophisticated and expensive operation ... Right now, the American lobbyists are a very likely source of finance for this."
Possibly we can seek the Awen for inspiration as to how we as individuals should act.
Greygnome wrote:I recall a Keynes quote which is along the lines of "when the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, pray?" in response to some critiscism of his change of stance on some issue.
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