I’m Asking – He’s Not Answering

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40 Responses to I’m Asking – He’s Not Answering

  1. Neal S says:

    Don’t hold your breath expecting an answer to any of your questions.

    They are probably hoping for some ‘warm fuzzy’ questions with which
    they can use their answers to further brainwash the masses.

  2. daveandrews723 says:

    There is no room for accountability or tough questions in “climate science.” The “science” is “settled.” That’s all any of us need to know.

  3. Edmonton Al says:

    WOW! Now that is what I like. A Tweet Blietzkreig .
    Fantastic Tony.

  4. D. Self says:

    As Gruber pointed out Liberals are STUPID and believe anything their masters tell them, thank God for some who don’t trust politicians.

  5. Richard Smith says:

    Outstanding!

    • stewart pid says:

      Tony is on his game today …. go get him boy!!!!!

    • Frank K. says:

      Yes! Great questions. And you can bet that all you will hear will be the sound of chirping crickets. (Of course, it’s so cold outside right now that no cricket it its right mind would be chirping…LOL).

      • emsnews says:

        Even chirping birds won’t chirp! I watched this dawn as a big flock of little birds flew over the roof frantically heading south.

  6. rah says:

    And he won’t answer because after all your just an “idiot denier”! It would be interesting to see some of the “answers” to your questions from Holdren’s supporting cast of true believers and shysters. My bet is they would be for the most part more name calling.

  7. LeeHarvey says:

    Dear #AskDrH – Do you share the belief that the stupidity of the American voter is key to implementation of this administration’s policies?

  8. Andy DC says:

    Ask me no more questions and I’ll tell you no more lies!

  9. mkelly says:

    Serious question, How do you put the maps, charts etc into the twitter message? I just joined up and would like to know.

  10. Just because “the Dr.” has invited questions to be asked, it doesn’t necessarily imply that he will answer.

  11. daveburton says:

    I’m not holding my breath expecting an answer to this one, either:

    Click to access AskDrH_10152346598846403.pdf


  12. Eric Barnes says:

    The questions are only intended for those who’ve never ventured out of the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegory_of_the_Cave . Holdren has more in common with Joseph Goebbels than any practicing scientist.

  13. theyouk says:

    Our modern government: Don’t ask people to think, tell them what to think…over and over and over again, with the media in your lap.

    We skeptics are asking people to think, and we won’t tell people what to think (telling people what to think is a fundamentally offensive and anti-classical-liberalism approach).

    So…if we won’t tell people what to think, let’s keep dragging them like they are bad dogs who just made a mess in the house–and rub their nose in it, like Tony’s torrent of tweets above. That…was….outstanding (for those who are willing to think; those who aren’t will just continue snivel and drool in a self-stimulating perpetual state of ignorance.)

  14. James Strom says:

    Let us know when you are blocked.

  15. ntesdorf says:

    Great work, Steve. They asked for it and you gave it tio them in spades. I think that they are still trying to clean up the unanswerable mess that you left for them on their Web Site.

  16. Tim says:

    I’m tired of the lies and deception from these Ivy League scumbag, Gruber, Holdren, Obama, etc…etc…

  17. gregole says:

    Steven,

    Excellent! Bookmarked. Wonder if you’ll get a single answer?

    • I’m still waiting for my first answer from John Cook’s Rapid Response Team in 2010. Should be coming any day now.

      • daveburton says:

        I didn’t have much luck with the CSRRT, either. I wrote to them in 2012, and asked two questions, but they could not answer them, and finally gave up. Here’s the email conversation:
        http://tinyurl.com/revstoustemp2

        My two questions for them were:

        1. I would like to know where to find the unadjusted data, used to create this 1999 graph (from James Hansen’s 1999 article) of the 48-state U.S. surface temperature record, in which 1934 was shown as 0.6 °C warmer than 1998:

        I.e., I’d like the unadjusted (1999 and/or later) version of this table:
        http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/graphs_v3/Fig.D.txt

        2. I would also like to know where I can find a complete (quantitative & qualitative!) explanation & justification of all the adjustments which have been made, and who made them.

        I linked to Tony’s illustration:

        I got a prompt reply, assuring me that “all of that data is publicly available,” and, forwarded from Dr. Reto Ruedy, that “NOAA/NCDC’s USHCN data are still available, both the unadjusted and the various adjusted versions.”

        But that was untrue. I couldn’t find it, so I kept pestering the CSRTT’s Scott Mandia, and eventually it turned out that he couldn’t find it, either.

        I subsequently re-created the 1999 data file by digitizing the graph from Hansen’s 1999 paper, and I compiled an archive of that version and all of the subsequent versions of that data which I could find. I put it here:
        http://www.sealevel.info/GISS_FigD/

        Unfortunately, there are some gaps, because for quite a while NASA GISS was blocking The WayBack Machine from archiving “their” (our!!) data.

        • Leaving previous versions of data and graphs unarchived on the live site is indefensible. (The data files are tiny text files, so space is no excuse; even the graphs are small images.) The only reasons I can figure to do it is to make it harder for the average person to figure out how much and how often they change the past, and to make it harder for researchers to… research.

  18. Scott Scarborough says:

    You could have hit the wildfires too. I know you have plots of that.

  19. gator69 says:

    I wonder if he still feels extremely lucky?

    “Unless we get extremely lucky, everyone will disappear in a cloud of blue steam.”
    Skeeter’s Science Czar

  20. lapogus says:

    Great work Tony, (and Daveburton).

  21. E.M.Smith says:

    Nice. Very very nice… I think I’m going to enjoy the rest of the day just thinking about it 😉

  22. Gail Combs says:

    GEE, Maybe we could get Senator Jim Inhofe to ask Holdren to answer Steve’s pointy little questions.
    {:>D

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