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Pants-of-dog wrote:People can read the whole article for themselves and judge what he is trying to say for themselves.
Sivad wrote:Can you imagine the staggering idiocy of holding a strong opinion on CAGW and not knowing the basic criticisms of one of the top climatologists in the world? That kind of idiocy defies imagination, it's jaw-droppingly idiotic.
Pants-of-dog wrote:Does she have an argument, and if so, what is it?
More importantly, what evidence does she have?
So there is (sic) still people debating how climate change is a hoax ?
but who cares what I think, the only thing that matters is what the experts agree on and how much confidence we can rationally have in the experts after a critical institutional analysis of the field of climate science.
Pants-of-dog wrote:Response from NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati to Letter on NASA Climate Studies
"NASA sponsors research into many areas of cutting-edge scientific inquiry, including the relationship between carbon dioxide and climate. As an agency, NASA does not draw conclusions and issue 'claims' about research findings. We support open scientific inquiry and discussion.
"Our Earth science programs provide many unique space-based observations and research capabilities to the scientific community to inform investigations into climate change, and many NASA scientists are actively involved in these investigations, bringing their expertise to bear on the interpretation of this information. We encourage our scientists to subject these results and interpretations to scrutiny by the scientific community through the peer-review process. After these studies have met the appropriate standards of scientific peer-review, we strongly encourage scientists to communicate these results to the public.
"If the authors of this letter disagree with specific scientific conclusions made public by NASA scientists, we encourage them to join the debate in the scientific literature or public forums rather than restrict any discourse."
Hindsite wrote:If NASA does not draw conclusions about climate change, then it would appear that these claims by the politicians (Democrats) that we only have 12 years to save our earth is false.
MrWonderful wrote:Your first avatar, Pants. Others following it are equally duh-mb. Straighten those website owners out, wouldja?
Pants-of-dog wrote:As ling as we agree that the former NASA staff in your argument from authority did not address the actual science.
MrWonderful wrote:Do you think these many insiders made it all up?
What did they state that was anti-science, in your considered opinion?
NASA cheats and fudges the data and that's all right with you? In what world is that science?
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