As Expected, Tamino Censored My Comment

Tamino attacked me, then censored my comment pointing out why his analysis was fatally flawed. Typical alarmist scum.

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  1. bubbagyro says:

    Tamino should heed the words of Epictetus (circa 120 AD):
    I think I know now what I never knew before—the meaning of the common saying, A fool you can neither bend nor break. Pray heaven I may never have a wise fool for my friend! There is nothing more intractable.—“My resolve is fixed!”—Why, so madmen say too; but the more firmly they believe in their delusions, the more they stand in need of treatment.

    Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Thats a great quotation.
      Human stupidity is at least 2000 years old and still strong.

      I like Pliny’s take. Describes many things including climate.
      “In these matters, the only certainty is that nothing is certain.”

  2. Snow White says:

    I expect it’s just inadvertently ended up in his spam folder Steve. A bit like 3 of my comments on here in fact!

    • philjourdan says:

      Yours are spam. Repeating yourself is spam. try posting original comments for once in your life.

      • Bob Knows says:

        The 20th century in NM was significantly higher rain and snow than any historic time period. Warm cycles were good for NM vegetation. But the sun has become less warm and we are trending on a down cycle of cooler temperatures similar to the 19th century. NM should expect less snow. Dry in NM is evidence of NATURAL CYCLIC COOLING. I posted this on that web site but its been deleted.

  3. Hugh K says:

    “….am I wringing as much bias out of myself as I can?” — Obama

    “I don’t have much patience for people who deny climate change…” — Obama

    • Sorry that you can’t distinguish between spam and censorship.

      • Ragtag Media says:

        True, i am not that familure with the game they play but I am trying to catch on. So they spam a bunch of collective blogs so as to make it seem like they are minions with facts to try and shout down OR censor those who diagree with thier talking points?

        • Exactly. I never censor ideas, but I have blocked several people who keep spamming the same nonsense over and over again, and ignore my responses and explanations. On the other hand, I can’t get a single comment in at Tamino’s blog, even after he attacked me.

          There is no comparison between the two.

        • Dmh says:

          Whatever you post to SW as argument or answer to his posts is never read (unless it agrees with his points).
          He only says that it’s not important (without saying why) and points to his website again, and again.
          Typical spam.

  4. Ragtag Media says:

    Has Vladamir Puttin has slain the eviro wackos darling climate scam?

    “We think that we have to balance climate policy, but also cost competitiveness and security of supply. And of course, recently, the issue of security of supply has been added an extra element of external dependence.”

    Gordon Moffat, director general of steel industry group Eurofer told Reuters:

    “Given the absolute necessity for Europe to diversify its sources of supply of gas and to find solutions to the huge energy price differential with its main competitors, we see no alternative but to proceed as rapidly as possible with shale gas exploitation as part of the energy mix in Europe.”

    In other words, Vladimir Putin has achieved something that economists, industrialists, analysts and conservative politicians have found quite impossible: he has finally persuaded the EU that when push comes to shove, survival is a much more attractive option than meaningless obeisance to some imaginary green sky fairy.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/03/14/Vladimir-Putin-Hero-of-the-European-Union

  5. Bob Knows says:

    Lies cannot tolerate an actual peer review.

  6. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    So nice to see that Progressives can still believe in make believe global warming theories, still believe that computer model outputs trump actual data and that they still have that a lot of faith in all that Hopey Changey stuff.

    Good omen for a business revival at Disneyland.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Not really, a bankrupt populus doesn’t spend money on anything but food and other necessities. Restaurants are some of the first businesses to go belly-up during a recession as well as any other frill type expenditures.

    • bubbagyro says:

      Piltdown Man was a scientific fraud perpetrated by a corrupt scientist bent on big grant money and fame.
      Lysenkoism was a scientific fraud perpetrated by a corrupt government bent on taxation and power.

      I see a combination of both of these frauds in the current AGW scandal.

      Good science eventually won the day in both cases. Carry on, Steve.

  7. aeroguy48 says:

    I went to the enemy’s site and said “Free the Goddard” lets see if he deletes it. Never mind lets don’t, just keep him a little busy censoring.

  8. Edward. says:

    Tamino? Ha, ha, ha, Censored by that unconscionable pissant?

    Shucks Steve, you gotta be doin’ sumfin right!

    Way to go man!

  9. henrythethird says:

    My first reaction was “wait – he actually has a web site”?

    Then I remembered a site called Open Mind run by someone called Grant Foster.

    Realized long ago that he doesn’t believe in the title of his site.

    The alarmists only post their stuff on sites where THEY control the moderation.

    He’s afraid to have an open discussion.

  10. RealOldOne2 says:

    Grant Foster, aka., Tamino is a big f-ing JOKE. I exposed his total strawman hatchet job of Goodrich a couple years back. Tamino censored it & my comment never saw the light of day. It just confirms he isn’t a real scientist and he doesn’t care a whit about science or truth. He’s a blind ideological religious cult zealot, merely spreading propaganda.

    The fact that he is a publishing climate scientist tells it all. It’s a scam & hoax perpetrated by corrupt JUNK science frauds like him. Other than that and being a total a-hole, he’s probably not too bad a guy.

  11. Andy Oz says:

    ROFLMAO
    So this is what Snow White (David Appell in drag) is doing here, Steven.
    He/she consider themself to be a “peer”! The public display of their double standards and the entertainment value of their insanity is not quite up there with Reggie and the Rowing Team!!
    At least the Rowing Team did something outside and were entertaining. These guys still live in Mom’s basement.

    From Tamino comments -
    “Snow White | March 16, 2014 at 7:59 am | John – In an all too public display of insanity we’re currently peer reviewing Mr. Goddard’s more recent statements about Arctic sea ice. Thus far he has failed to answer 9 out of 10 questions in our brief examination of his basic scientific knowledge on the subject. His answer to the other one consisted of one image, but no words. Not even his trademark ROFL!”

  12. Snow White says:

    Dmh/Andy – Steve (and virtually everyone else here) refuses to answer my questions here, they refuse to answer them there. If I keep repeating them it’s because I never get any answers from anyone!

    • Andy Oz says:

      Here are your answers Snow White (David):
      Global Sea Ice Extent is normal.
      UNIPCC says no warming since before 1998.
      Sea Levels rise of less than 3 mm per year.
      Hurricanes, Cyclones and Tornados are at record lows
      ENSO cycle is operating normally, currently neutral.
      Global Warming is an international taxation introduction scheme.

      My prediction is you will become spam within 24 hours.
      Enjoy yourself in the Tamino star chamber. After all, being surrounded by yes men is the ideal situation for robust debate (NOT).

    • philjourdan says:

      Sorry, did you have any INTELLIGENT questions?

      Thought not.

  13. Snow White says:

    Gail – You are obviously very knowledgeable about these matters, so here is my first question for you. The answer is very simple. Click my link above should you need any helpful hints. For the nth time of asking:

    1. Is the NSIDC daily Arctic sea ice extent number for March 8th 2014 the lowest on record for that day of the year? Yes or No?

    • Morgan says:

      I thought we were talking about global climate. True? Then you should be asking about global sea ice averaged annually. Your question is no different from me asking “Was Lake Ontario ice coverage last tuesday at 4 PM greater than ever before for a tuesday this close to St Patricks Day”

      • Snow White says:

        False. I’m talking about the “facts” of Arctic sea ice extent measurements. You talk about global climate if you so desire.

        I’ve recently been reliably informed that people are only really interested in the summer minimum. YMMV of course.

        • gator69 says:

          I personally don’t give a crap about sea ice. The Arctic has had far less ice than present levels, and nobody died.

          On the other hand, millions of innocent human beings are dying from lack of clean water, food, shelter, and proper medical attention. All of these real life and death matters could be solved with the money idiots spend on ‘climate change’.

          How do you live with yourself? Go ahead and defend your position as another kid takes her last breath.

        • Morgan says:

          You are a cherry picking idiot. Arctic sea ice measurement means nothing. What matters is the validity of the CO2 induced climate change theory. The mentality of AGW touch holes like you is the same as that of Billy Mays snake oil salesmanship. You are a liar and a thief, using a wrong theory to extort tax money from power companies.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Of course not. Think the Holocene Optimum. {:>)
      Abstract
      …..We therefore conclude that for a period in the Early Holocene, probably for a millenium or more, the Arctic Ocean was free of sea ice at least for shorter periods in the summer……
      adsabs(DOT)harvard.edu/abs/2007AGUFMPP11A0203F

      Abstract
      …..Arctic sea ice cover was strongly reduced during most of the early Holocene and there appear to have been periods of ice free summers in the central Arctic Ocean……
      (wwwDOT)sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277379110003185

      Temperature and precipitation history of the Arctic – 2010
      Miller et al
      Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research and Department of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado, USA et al

      …. Solar energy reached a summer maximum (9% higher than at present) ~11 ka ago and has been decreasing since then, primarily in response to the precession of the equinoxes. The extra energy elevated early Holocene summer temperatures throughout the Arctic 1-3°C above 20th century averages, enough to completely melt many small glaciers throughout the Arctic, although the Greenland Ice Sheet was only slightly smaller than at present. Early Holocene summer sea ice limits were substantially smaller than their 20th century average, and the flow of Atlantic water into the Arctic Ocean was substantially greater. As summer solar energy decreased in the second half of the Holocene, glaciers re-established or advanced, sea ice expanded
      climate(DOT)envsci.rutgers.edu/robock/MillerArctic.pdf

      ……………..

      The Sea Ice is within two standard deviations of the mean. After thirty years plotting control charts and running quality labs that is a big YAWN. I am not going to get upset about anything within 2 to 3 std dev or I would have had a heart attack decades ago.
      (Considering the ice moves about thanks to the wind that is about all you can hope for.)
      nsidc(DOT)org/data/seaice_index/images/daily_images/N_stddev_timeseries.png

      For Febuary NSIDC shows 2014 not to be as low as other years, There are at least three and maybe four other years with lower extent for February.
      nsidc(DOT)org/data/seaice_index/images/n_plot_hires.png

      Unfortunately they do not have March data out yet.
      ….
      The Japanese show the Ice extent to be similar to the last few years and not the lowest extent, although the last four years are dancing the tango. The most recent on the chart shows a sharp ‘Increase’ after a dip to lowest.

      The Danish show 2014 as “recovering” and not as low as 2012 for this time of year. They do not show the dip and recovery the Japanese do.

      The Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC) also shows 2013 as “recovering and not below any of the other years. It is above three (maybe four) other years in the ‘Dip’ time period.

      The NERSC area also shows the dip and then a recovery to within 1 std dev of the mean.
      arctic-roos(DOT)org/observations/satellite-data/sea-ice/observation_images/ssmi1_ice_area.png

      So it depends on which data base you look at as to whether that one day had a low.
      …..

      Remember that the Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Broke the All-Time Record For Ice Growth in September 2013 — ‘Increasing to 19.512 million sq km, and beating last year’s record high of 19.477 million sq km.

      Record low Arctic sea ice plus record high Antarctic sea Ice = the bipolar seesaw.

      The fall 2012 paper Can we predict the duration of an interglacial? says this about the ‘Reactivation’ of the bipolar seesaw

      Page 2
      We propose that the interval between the “terminal” oscillation of the bipolar seesaw, preceding an interglacial, and its first major reactivation represents a period of minimum extension of ice sheets away from coastlines. Given that the response of the MOC and the strength of the bipolar seesaw may be modulated by different boundary conditions (e.g. Green et al., 2010; Margari et al., 2010), it is conceivable that a non-active bipolar seesaw might not necessarily indicate interglacial conditions (false-negative) or that an active bipolar seesaw might not indicate glacial conditions (false-positive). With respect to the former, however, a terminal oscillation of the bipolar seesaw appears to be a characteristic feature of deglaciation (e.g. Cheng et al., 2009; Ganopolski and Roche, 2009; Barker et al., 2011). With respect to the latter, freshwater fluxes can occur within an interglacial, but are unlikely to lead to a major disruption of the MOC when the system is in a “warm circulation mode” (Ganopolski and Rahmstorf, 2001); thus, the first major reactivation of the bipolar seesaw would probably constitute an indication that the transition to a glacial state had already taken place. ….
      page 3
      The reactivation of the bipolar seesaw provides a minimum age or a “terminus ante quem” for glacial inception, which clearly had occurred sometime before. Based on the MIS 5e–5d transition, we propose to apply the same response phasing of 3 kyr to infer the onset of glacial inception at previous interglacial-to-glacial transitions….

      ….the June 21 insolation minimum at 65N during MIS 11 is only 489 W/m2, much less pronounced than the present minimum of 474 W/m2. In addition, current insolation values are not predicted to return to the high values of late MIS 11 for another 65 kyr. We propose that this effectively precludes a ‘double precession-cycle’ interglacial [e.g., Raymo, 1997] in the Holocene without human influence….

      per usual I deleted the H*T*T*P:// and the first period was replaced by (DOT) so I do not get kicked into the nearest snow bank. (Actually we are getting Ice Pellets here in mid NC… Going out to feed newborn kids every two hours is not nice in this weather. Mom is smart she dumped the kid raising on me. I want my Global Warming darn it!)

      • Snow White says:

        You’ve taken up an awful lot of paragraphs to avoiding giving a one word answer to one simple question. FYI NSIDC extent numbers go back as far as 1979. As you would know if you’d bothered to read my helpful hints, their recent daily data is available from

        ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/data/NH_seaice_extent_nrt.csv

        You’ve also taken up many more words than necessary to answer Q3 in the affirmative. Thanks for that at least.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Why should I trust NSIDC (National Snow and Ice Data Center ) when I just caught another US bureaucracy NOAA LYING about the six inches of snow in my area?

          The day after the snowstorm NOAA was calling the snow RAIN so they could elevate the freezing temperature the usual 2 to 4 °F. My area (rural) ALWAYS has the temperature raised by 2 to 4°F by the next day so this ‘ADJUSTMENT’ turned the below freezing temp/snow to above freezing temp/rain and I caught them at the LIE. The adjusted data did not match reality but they went with the adjusted data anyway. (I am within walking distance of the weather station in question BTW.)

          As I just showed above the data from NSIDC is not cast in stone and does not necessarily agree with other data sets. Your insistence in trying to trip up Steve over this particular dataset from a deceitful government indicate WHY the data sets have been ‘Adjusted’

          Also history does not start in 1979 and the data set doesn’t even cover one weather cycle. Heck by 1979 I had already been married and divorced so it doesn’t even cover the weather I remember during my adult lifetime.

        • philjourdan says:

          As far back as 1979? Golly Gee! I go back as far as the mid 50s!

          You waste a lot of words avoiding the picture I linked to. Are you going to comment?

    • philjourdan says:

      Question for you – how long is the record?

      Question #2 – how long is recorded human history?

      Question #3 – How old is the planet?

      Question #4 – How old is the arctic?

  14. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    Don’t feed the troll.

  15. Snow White says:

    Gail – In what way exactly has the NSIDC dataset been “adjusted”?

    Phil – I did comment. On March 18, 2014 at 12:23 pm precisely

  16. gator69 says:

    Snow White says:
    March 18, 2014 at 3:18 pm
    Gail – In what way exactly has the NSIDC dataset been “adjusted”?

  17. Snow White says:

    Phil – No prize I’m afraid. The correct answer is vast areas of open water. Plenty of room for every submarine on the planet.

    Gator – In what way is the NSIDC dataset merely “a model” of reality?

  18. gator69 says:

    Snow White says:
    March 19, 2014 at 9:29 am
    Phil – No prize I’m afraid. The correct answer is vast areas of open water. Plenty of room for every submarine on the planet.

    “Gator – In what way is the NSIDC dataset merely “a model” of reality?”

    So you really do not know what you are talking about, quite literally. I thought you might be familiar with the modeling used by NSIDC to ‘create’ their numbers, but alas you are merely a parrot.

    Wanna cracker? :lol:

    • Snow White says:

      Thanks for your most generous offer Gator, but no thanks.

      Please be so good as to provide us with a link that describes “the modeling used by NSIDC to ‘create’ these numbers”:

      ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/data/NH_seaice_extent_nrt.csv

      • gator69 says:

        “Information about sea ice processes can come from field camps or aircraft and satellites (see Remote Sensing section). However, data from these sources are limited. Sensors cannot account for all characteristics of sea ice anytime and anywhere. Furthermore, the record of sea ice data has a limited history. Satellite observations date back only to the mid-1970s; other observations, such as ship records, may go back as far as the late 19th Century, but they are sparse. Moreover, these data cannot predict the future of sea ice extent.

        To fill in the gaps in knowledge about sea ice, scientists use models to simulate sea ice processes. A model is a mathematical representation of a real-world physical process. These models allow scientists to reconstruct historical patterns of sea ice and predict future changes. Due to the complex nature of the models, they are run on computers.”

        http://nsidc.org/cryosphere/seaice/study/modeling.html

        See Polly, they ‘fill in the gaps’ with their confirmation biased models, whose parameters they can change at any time.

        How about that cracker now?

        Also you never answered my question as to why you consider sea ice more important than human life. Maybe you should stop reading the paper at the bottom of your cage, and start listening to humans who actually know what they are speaking of.

        • Snow White says:

          What has any of that got to do with the data I pointed you at? I suggest you read the “Remote sensing” section instead, as it says in the very first sentence of your link. To save you the bother of an extra click, here’s the direct link:

          http://nsidc.org/cryosphere/seaice/study/remote_sensing.html

          Where do you suggest I go look for some “humans who actually know what they are speaking of”?

        • gator69 says:

          :lol: I have a Remote Sensing degree! :lol:

          Polly, I was even a climatology student, right after the ice age scare and right before the global warming scam. Before that I was a geology student. I have been studying climate and Earth history for nearly four decades now.

          I still have a cracker for you! :lol:

        • Gail Combs says:

          Gator,

          Thanks for pointing out why I looked at several sources of the data in my comment @ March 17, 2014 at 7:13 pm

          Like you I thought Snow White was aware the numbers were guesses.

  19. Snow White says:

    In which case Gator, you can no doubt explain with great clarity precisely what sort of “computer modelling” goes into producing the data I linked to.

  20. gator69 says:

    I guess you alarmists are used to moving goal posts, but we are not.

    “Snow White says:
    March 18, 2014 at 3:18 pm
    Gail – In what way exactly has the NSIDC dataset been “adjusted”?”

    This is where we started Polly, and just for that, I rescind my offer of a cracker.

    Now how about you explain why you care more about ice than human lives.

  21. Snow White says:

    Tell you what Gator. Why don’t you go over here and listen to at least the first track:

    http://water-connects-us.org/

    Then come back with credible evidence that you have contributed a significant sum of money to at least one of the three charities on display at the top left of the page.

    Then tell me WHY?

    P.S. You still haven’t provided an explanation of great clarity, or indeed any explanation at all.

    • gator69 says:

      I have money auto debited from my account monthly to support starving children, and help provide clean drinking water for them. But then I don’t hyperventilate over ice or continue yammering after being proven wrong, like you.

      You are a parrot, who sings with the alarmist choir, and you have absolutely nothing of value to offer here.

      You want an explanation? It’s called nature Polly.

  22. Snow White says:

    Gator – You haven’t proved anything. Even though it’s your specialist subject. Where’s your evidence? Forgive me, but simply asserting something is true does not make it so.

    At the risk of repeating myself, what “computer models” are utilised by the NSIDC when “creating” their published Arctic sea ice extent data?

    • gator69 says:

      Auto Reply: Gator is busy, ponder this.

    • Gail Combs says:

      SIGHHhhhh
      Can’t you do a simple web search?

      http://nsidc.org/cryosphere/seaice/study/modeling.html
      Learn About NSIDC
      Modeling and its importance

      Information about sea ice processes can come from field camps or aircraft and satellites (see Remote Sensing section). However, data from these sources are limited. Sensors cannot account for all characteristics of sea ice anytime and anywhere. Furthermore, the record of sea ice data has a limited history. Satellite observations date back only to the mid-1970s; other observations, such as ship records, may go back as far as the late 19th Century, but they are sparse. Moreover, these data cannot predict the future of sea ice extent.

      To fill in the gaps in knowledge about sea ice, scientists use models to simulate sea ice processes. A model is a mathematical representation of a real-world physical process. These models allow scientists to reconstruct historical patterns of sea ice and predict future changes. Due to the complex nature of the models, they are run on computers.

  23. Snow White says:

    SIGHHhhhh – Gator already posted that. Here’s the data again:

    ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/data/NH_seaice_extent_nrt.csv

    It has nothing to do with “reconstruct[ing] historical patterns of sea ice and predict[ing] future changes”

    (see Remote Sensing section) http://nsidc.org/cryosphere/seaice/study/remote_sensing.html

    • gator69 says:

      From Polly’s NSIDC RS link…

      “Satellites can easily measure sea ice in the visible, infrared, and microwave regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, there are advantages and disadvantages to each type of radiation. None of the spectral regions allow scientists to optimally view sea ice in all conditions.”

      This is one reason why they use models to “fill in the gaps”. But Polly only reads what she thinks she sees, and really does not understand the rest. Polly thinks ice cubes are more important than people, and would rather send money to try and stop natural processes than save innocent humans. Talk about denying.

      • Snow White says:

        I can read, and I am well aware of the import of your first paragraph.

        As for your second, please stop waving your hands. Instead provide a link that explains how the NSIDC “use models to ‘fill in the gaps’” in their published daily Arctic sea ice extent numbers.

        • gator69 says:

          They use models to ‘create’ data for areas that are marginal due to satellite resolution, areas not visible, and areas that need definition. And they can (and have) tweek these model parameters to get different results.

          Now, if I really had to explain that to you, it means you have been quoting data that you do not understand. But then you have already admitted as much through your ignorant pursuit of this topic.

          Maybe it is time for you to study the effects of starvation on the human condition instead of hyperventilating over modeled ice cubes.

  24. Snow White says:

    Gator – So at long last we’re agreed that those sort of “models” are nothing whatsoever to do with the sort of models that “allow scientists to reconstruct historical patterns of sea ice and predict future changes” so beloved of the IPCC amongst others, that you and Gail were blathering on about?

  25. Snow White says:

    Phil – What do you reckon is the area of the “polynya” shown in the photo you link to?

  26. Gail Combs says:

    Snow White says: “I thought I’d made it perfectly clear that “I’m talking about the “facts” of Arctic sea ice extent measurements””

    How can it be “Facts” when your “Fact” does not agree with the “Fact” as shown by other groups?

    You cherry picked the one day on the one chart that showed Arctic Ice was the lowest. AND you used a service from a government KNOWN for its cheating bias. A government intent on killing off the US economy and so crippling the country it is ripe for invasion. It certainly doesn’t hurt that the last Democratic president handed the weapon technology to China.

    I sure hope you are taking courses in Mandarin. That is if they don’t just wipe us all out. Blacks in the USA have no idea of what real racism is until they live (or rather die as slave labor) under the Chinese.

  27. Snow White says:

    Gator – At the risk of repeating myself “simply asserting something is true does not make it so.”

    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/as-expected-tamino-censored-my-comment/#comment-329281

    Since you’re evidently confused about a few things, why don’t we start again at the beginning?

    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/as-expected-tamino-censored-my-comment/#comment-328038

    • gator69 says:

      WTF are you talking about now? :lol:

      I didn’t know goal posts had wheels!

      • Gail Combs says:

        If you didn’t notice the goal post are on skateboards by now, you have not been paying attention.

        Sort of reminds me of the Government – Corporate – Lobbyist Revolving Door here in the USA. Darn door moves so much now it is no wonder the east coast has been freezing this winter. It’s caused by the hefty breeze from that revolving door!

        • gator69 says:

          I wonder if Polly would have anything to talk about if she eliminated models and cherry picked dates? ;)

        • Snow White says:

          My apologies Gail. Starting at the beginning again reveals to me that I’ve been ignoring you!

          I didn’t “cherry pick the one day on the one chart that showed Arctic Ice was the lowest”. At the time I originally made those comments three different metrics that I checked were at their lowest values ever for the date. There may well have been others. Undeterred by such “facts” Steve was merrily proclaiming at the time that there was an “Arctic Ice Recovery” on the basis of the output of a single computer model!

          http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2014/03/07/arctic-ice-recovery/

          As far as I can ascertain from his skateboarding fantasies, Gator doesn’t believe the outputs of computer models.

        • philjourdan says:

          The output of “computer models” is not data or facts. Perhaps you need to learn what it is.

        • gator69 says:

          Models are fantasy, just like Snow White, Santa Claus and man made global warming.

          Polly, if we take away your models and cherry picked dates, do you have anything to discuss?

  28. Gail Combs says:

    Snow White says: @ March 21, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    …At the risk of repeating myself “simply asserting something is true does not make it so.”
    …………….
    Hey, Snow White, How about telling that to the IPCC and the “Consensus Crowd”?

  29. Snow White says:

    Gator – You appear to miss my point completely. If “models are fantasy” why does Steve Goddard rely on a cherry picked one to “prove” that “there’s an Arctic Ice Recovery”?

  30. gator69 says:

    “Gator – I know modelled data when I see it.”

    Bullshit! I had to drag you by the beak to NSIDC’s page on modeling, more than once! Lie some more Polly.

    “I have even been known to run sea ice models on my very own “super-computers”

    Good for you! I know lots of idiots who play computer games and lose sight if reality. See: IPCC.

    Now F off, you are a waste of time.

  31. Snow White says:

    Just a little psittacine scientific experiment:

    • Snow White says:

      Which failed miserably, so here’s a link instead:

      • gator69 says:

        One of the main issues I have with frauds is that they have no shame. Observe the parrot still yapping even after it has been shown their is no there there. Just like Peter Gleick, who was shown to be a fraud and liar, they just keep yapping. They seem to think slinging shit against a wall is either art or somehow worthy of praise.

        Without cherries and models, these frauds have nothing to say, and they never explain just why they hate poor people so much.

  32. Gail Combs says:

    …they never explain just why they hate poor people so much.

    People have only one use – to provide wealth for the Corporations, Bankers and the governments they run.

    Poor people have only one use. To vote in politicians who under the guise of socialism put in place the laws that funnel control, power and wealth to the mega-corporations and banks. I explain that in my comment: http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/a-subtle-change-in-the-republican-party/#comment-330412

    Fabian Co-founder George Bernard Shaw explains the method used to gain control:
    “A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.”

    The short term goal is to cripple the middle class to the point they are no threat to the elite who run the Corporations, Bank and the governments. At that point the poor are no longer of any use to the elite. The UK with their ‘Fuel Poverty are already killing off thousands of pensioners each winter.

    The long term goal of the Fabians (elite) is a world government with them in control. Shaw told us how they will treat people once they have achieved this goal of world government. The UK, run by the Fabians, is shows evidence of this way of thinking.

    EXTERMINATION OF THE “SOCIALLY INCOMPATIBLE”
    “The notion that persons should be safe from extermination as long as they do not commit willful murder, or levy war against the Crown, or kidnap, or throw vitriol, is not only to limit social responsibility unnecessarily, and to privilege the large range of intolerable misconduct that lies outside them, but to divert attention from the essential justification for extermination, which is always incorrigible social incompatibility and nothing else.”
    Source: George Bernard Shaw, “On the Rocks” (1933), Preface.

    USE OF GAS CHAMBERS
    “We should find ourselves committed to killing a great many people whom we now leave living, and to leave living a great many people whom we at present kill. We should have to get rid of all ideas about capital punishment …
    A part of eugenic politics would finally land us in an extensive use of the lethal chamber. A great many people would have to be put out of existence simply because it wastes other people’s time to look after them.” [This is the ultimate plan for the poor who do not provide useful labor.]
    Source: George Bernard Shaw, Lecture to the Eugenics Education Society, Reported in The Daily Express, March 4, 1910.

    KILLING THOSE “UNFIT TO LIVE”
    “The moment we face it frankly we are driven to the conclusion that the community has a right to put a price on the right to live in it … If people are fit to live, let them live under decent human conditions. If they are not fit to live, kill them in a decent human way. [This is the present policy of the UK hospitals who use the Liverpool Death Pathway on people from babies to the elderly. Hospitals ‘paid millions to put patients on death pathway’ ] Is it any wonder that some of us are driven to prescribe the lethal chamber as the solution for the hard cases which are at present made the excuse for dragging all the other cases down to their level, and the only solution that will create a sense of full social responsibility in modern populations?”
    Source: George Bernard Shaw, Prefaces (London: Constable
    and Co., 1934), p. 296.
    (wwwDOT)scribd.com/doc/37106239/The-Real-George-Bernard-Shaw-–-Fabian-Socialist-and-Hitlerian-Advocate-of-Mass-Murder

    Unfortunately people are unwilling to see this is the plan thanks to the propaganda and indoctrination.

    The ‘Innocents’ Clubs’

    “…During the 1920′s and most of the 1930′s Münzenberg played a leading role in the Comintern, Lenin’s front for world-wide co-ordination of the left under Russian control. Under Münzenberg’s direction, hundreds of groups, committees and publications cynically used and manipulated the devout radicals of the West….
    Most of this army of workers in what Münzenberg called ‘Innocents’ Clubs’ had no idea they were working for Stalin. They were led to believe that they were advancing the cause of a sort of socialist humanism. The descendents of the ‘Innocents’ Clubs’ are still hard at work in our universities and colleges. Every year a new cohort of impressionable students join groups like the Anti-Nazi League believing them to be benign opponents of oppression…”
    (wwwDOT)heretical.com/miscella/munzen.html

    Do not forget it was US bankers who funded the Russian revolution and financed Trotsky’s passage from New York to Russia to carry out THEIR plans. SEE: http://home.hiwaay.net/~becraft/mcfadden.html

  33. Snow White says:

    Phil – Fred originally introduced the subject of “models” into this conversation, not me. I would have been quite content to stick to “censorship”!

    • philjourdan says:

      YOu do seem quite content to introduce non sequiturs. Since no censorship has been practiced here, your pathetic bleatings on that subject are simply whining and a distraction.

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