Feynman Channels His Thoughts On Global Warming Through Susan Anderson

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Hansen was doing careful work, until his Manhattan office got inundated by sea level rise in 2008.

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6 Responses to Feynman Channels His Thoughts On Global Warming Through Susan Anderson

  1. glacierman says:

    Steig 09, and MBH98 are shining examples of careful work done by scientists./sarc.

  2. chris y says:

    I always hope that Susan continues posting at Dot Earth. Susan is a gold-standard CACA (Catastrophic Anthropogenic Climate Alarmist) and frequent poster at Dot Earth. She is particularly incensed by people who post ‘disinformation’ and ‘fake’ science that challenges the orthodoxy of CACC. She is also incensed when posters at Dot Earth spew ad hominem attacks against scientists, concerned citizens, bloggers and her famous father’s famous friend, Feynman. Apparently, non-reciprocity excludes self-incensement.

    She has a remarkable world view that contributes measurable entertainment value to the formerly science blog, now opinion blog Dot Earth, as well as impacting the CACC movement in general.

  3. suyts says:

    lol, I was going to respond to her, but got busy at work…….yes, she seems like a fun one.

  4. Nobama says:

    What is a “fake skeptic”? Is it a warmer denying their true devotions to the church? A backslider? 🙂

  5. It's always Marcia, Marcia says:

    She has not talked to everyone that knew Richard Feynman. What she says about him is only what she is wishing to be true. She did not talk to Freeman Dyson about what he thinks Feynman would say.

    I cannot believe Feynman would think the ClimateGate emails and computer code are good science.

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