You Can Dress Him Up, But You Can’t Take Him Out

I put on a suit, but continued to misbehave by talking about the peer-review debunked 1970’s ice age scare.

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57 Responses to You Can Dress Him Up, But You Can’t Take Him Out

  1. pete says:

    Rock on. Love it.

  2. Paul in Sweden says:

    I thought you should have flipped the mic over the other side of the podium and had your back to the audience so you could read your slides and be heard at the same time, hands free or cordless mics would have worked better than those fixed mics. Everything could be heard after the first minute. Went pretty well, hope you are making the rounds and having some fun.

  3. Anthony Watts says:

    Welcome to the light.

    I had other duties this afternoon, but maybe we can say hello to each other tomorrow.

  4. philjourdan says:

    That is more often than you will see me in a suit! 😉

  5. 1957chev says:

    Nothing more attractive than a “Climate Rebel”, in a suit! Fear mongers….eat your hearts out!

  6. Pasinby says:

    You can take the boy out from the country ——– !

  7. _Jim says:

    Looks like the presentation are now on line for later viewing (as I’m doing now)!

    Go here:

    Click on:
    . . . Breakout Room #3 (62:38)

    Note: Be sure to choose the one with length “62:38”


    • _Jim says:

      Maybe I wasn’t clear (I often write in code, in an obfuscating manner, and usually without clarity) – Steve’s (Tony Heller’s) presentation begins about 5 (five) minutes in at the link I posted just above – just select the video from the column on the right as described above that shows:

      . . . “Breakout Room #3 (62:38)“.

      Good presentation, Steve (Tony).


  8. Brian G Valentine says:

    I’m glad I wasn’t there because I would have started an argument with Watts about a couple of things in the middle of the floor

  9. Chuck says:

    It’s a good thing you are doing.

  10. _Jim says:

    Marc Morano gave a stem-winder of a talk too!

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      I can’t even look at his blog anymore – stories about the creeping climate kooks crawling around out there just gives me a headache

      • _Jim says:

        I can’t comment as I have never been to Climate Depot; I tend to visit the ‘primary’ science blogs on this issue rather than the ‘press’ blogs such as his, but also recall, he has a different ‘target’ audience than you or I …

        • Brian G Valentine says:

          Visit it if you want to see some stories about some sick people. And I mean SICK

          Co2 has sure had an influence on something, it has made some people sick beyond anything any cult has ever managed before

        • _Jim says:

          Thanks, Brian, I think I’ll pass. I worked at a State Hospital as an AV technician to put my self thru school, and I thought the staff was as ‘messed up’ as the ‘residents’ in some cases so I have had my ‘fill’ of sick people. I have also done some reading and research on psychopaths and where they show up in politics and business, and I think I have worked for a few such ppl (and maybe even dated a couple) so I think I will take a pass on this offer …

        • Send Al to the Pole says:

          But, You DO want to look. Because we all need to know what we’re dealing with. The real face of this cult is the heart of evil. The sooner everyone realizes this the sooner we can mobilize efforts to stop them. As long as people think eco-nazis are about the environment, they have cover from culpability.

        • Brian G Valentine says:

          Evil? Or sick? Sick means, no control over it. Evil means, choice. But they do have control over it, and they feign sickness to please somebody else.

          Nobody on Earth can question why the Holocaust was the Holocaust. People can legitimately question, why no one learned anything

        • _Jim says:

          re: Send Al to the Pole July 9, 2014 at 4:09 am

          Geez. Been there, done that. Want to see a picture of the T shirt? Don’t make me go all whoop-az on ya … I don’t need any more friggin experience recognizing and dealing with miscreants, malcontents, ne’er do wells, or “kids, lids and space cadets” for that matter. Matter of fact, I’m a little more used to taking on a ‘whole board’ versus just sniper action … <a href=";;page=1"(sample) …

          Some of us have been on the ‘net for 20 years now, and mixing it up pretty good for many of those years.


        • _Jim says:

          I’m thinking now that both you guys need to head back to the minors … JMO now you understand.

        • Brian G Valentine says:

          F#ck that. I would bet there would be a tenth as many global warming parasite imbecile Communist uneducated leech imbecile global warmers w/o Internet

  11. _Jim says:

    Good question by audience member at 51:52 and answer by Tony at 52:10 about adjustments and answering to critics on this subject.

  12. _Jim says:

    The “big blow up” from a few weeks ago mentioned at the 53:04 point.

  13. _Jim says:

    Tony at the 55:38 point reiterates that ‘an awareness of history’ and simple statistics is important … Barack Obama 4 hurricanes (so far) versus Grover Cleveland (~1880’s) 26 hurricanes …

  14. _Jim says:

    Russel Cook also had a good presentation … thanks Russel.

  15. Dave N says:

    Morano hit the nail on the head re: cost/benefit analysis. No government has ever produced one, yet we’re supposed to submit to their taxes and trading schemes? If they were corporations, the pitch wouldn’t last a microsecond.

  16. Brian G Valentine says:

    Steve Schneider was a leftist darling as a global freezer. Resurrected six years later as a global warming darling. What did he have that I lack.

    Schneider never made a correct call in his LIFE! He passed away, still calling people “deniers.” Denying what, I wonder.

  17. Joseph says:

    Go Tony! Great job!

  18. Morgan says:

    Is there a web link to the speeches? I’d like to see some of this.

  19. omnologos says:

    Is that you Steven/Tony or a cartoon rendition of yours 🙂

  20. Robertv says:

    Great job. Where did you park the bike ?

    • Robertv says:

      The news is out. It has nothing to do with science. It’s all about rewriting history. But than those in power always do . You can’t do science with the wrong data and changing the boiling point of water. Burning the books (past) by Hitler was done for the same reason.Of course controlling the next generation’s education is doing the same job.

  21. markstoval says:

    A serious request


    I would love to have a copy of your power point that you used. I would love to have a speech to go with it — the one you would have given if time permitted. I think this speech you gave was great, but I know that given time you could do even better.

    This would be a great resource to use to show youngsters how government funded “scientists” can’t always be trusted.

    After all your work that I have read over a long time, I realize that one long presentation of the evidence as you were doing when time ran out on you is one of the most valuable indictments of modern “science” that I have seen in half a century. I hope you expand on it.

    NOTE: For some reason I had pictured you as a much younger man. I guess it was all the notes about bicycling to work and hiking and so forth. (of course, at my age you still are a “younger man”)

  22. Stephen Richards says:

    Public speaking is the most difficult skill to acquire and requires a lot of training and practice.

    Steven, you did OK.

  23. Can’t dress you up indeed: Talking up peer review (even from the 1970s) is like Granny on the Beverly Hillbillies talking up ‘possum bellies and turnip greens (sorry turnips, you’ve been put through a lot here), or her homemade roomy-tiz medicine. Peer review got climate science into the current mess.

  24. Robertv says:

    Also without clothes he was still the king. It are not the clothes that make a person.

  25. Andy DC says:

    My almost freezing to death in 1970 never happened!

  26. gregole says:


    You rocked the casbah and look great in a suit.

    Heck, I even wore a panama hat just in case I ran into Briggs, (I did! What a character…).

    Strong points: You naturally speak slowly and carefully, and proceed logically from point to point. In your presentation, you alternated between data with graphs (concepts and visuals) with parallel historic articles (stories / historic record). Very powerful.

    Weak points: You’re shooting fish in a barrel. Just kidding! Actually it’s more like you are shooting zombies at point-blank range with a sawed-off shotgun.

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