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But the hypocrisy! I don't care what Dana does for a living. I don't care who pays his salary. What matters is that he is trying to find out the truth, unlike Roy Spencer. It is all right by me if a scientist believes in God and tries to work out how God makes the Universe works. It is not all right by me if the scientist starts telling me that God has already told them how it works.
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So having established one rules for his mates and another rule for his enemies, Loki Watts lets the troglodytes glimpse some daylight.
Nice keyboard skills there Greg. And such a deep and meaningful comment about the science.
Here's some info from Buzzle.com:
Mild poisoning symptoms are:
Reduced neural activity
High blood pressure
As the severity of hypercapnia increases, the following symptoms may be experienced:
Elevated rate of cardiac output
Changes in vision
Well, at least Anthony comments on this though why he didn't just snip it, I don't know. Keen to do that on the Spencer thread but not here.
File under H for hypocrite.
He used the D word. How come he gets away with it?
Read the science again, just in case you didn't understand it. Poommph indeed.
Thanks, Jimbo. Why don't you get off your hypocritical buttocks and register for your own, just like I did (I have one at the Daily Telegraph too).
Busy man, Jimbo. You almost missed the most important word but just got it in at the end. Evidence. This discussion is based on an innuendo by Andrew Neill and running with it in the absence of real evidence of what Dana actually does at work. Wouldn't it be better to argue that he is being hypocritical when you know what he actually does? I'd have thought so. If he were to spend all day coming up with cunning schemes to, for instance, deny that fossil fuels cause climate change, then goes home at night and blogs the opposite, that would be hypocrisy. But if, for example, his job is to provide environmental clean up schemes dealing with the crap that fossil fuels dump on the planet, then going home and saying that fossil fuels are bad, now that isn't hypocrisy.
Let's remember that Neill has his own advisors, as illustrated by this battered photograph. For those deniers who haven't seen it before, where have you been?
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Edited to remove company name lest I join the ranks of the hypocrites.