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Tuesday, 12 August 2008


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In a letter to Nature (August 10, 2006) Bradley, Hughes and Mann pointed at the original title of their 1998 article: Northern Hemisphere temperatures during the past millennium: inferences, uncertainties, and limitations (Geophys. Res. Lett. 26, 759–762; 1999) and pointed out more widespread high-resolution data are needed before more confident conclusions can be reached and that the uncertainties were the point of the article.

See here for details of the degree to which there exists global consensus on the nature and causes of anthropogenic climate change:

Well, I've got to hand it to you, 'Little Willy', when it comes to chutzpah you have more than your fair share. Perhaps you would be kind enough to answer one simple question: why should I not delete your comment and write something like this in its place?

"'Little Willy', I will not have anyone propose anthropogenic climate change here. In fact, from your demonstrable racism and climate change advocacy I will not tolerate you any more.

Fuck you, you bigoted, goat-fisting cockweasel."

My readers and commenters above at "Little Willy hardens!" would be equally interested in your reply.


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