The Climate Inquisition Continues

Academics have been trying to silence climate heretic Bill Gray for a long time.

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70 Responses to The Climate Inquisition Continues

  1. Mike says:

    The Idiots should consider timing thier pleas for ignorance more carefully. The last day before Christmas break, right after finals, could be about the least valuable day of the year to post appeals to action. But if they were smart….

  2. Ben Vorlich says:

    As Mark Twain intimates there is hope for these 14 year olds

    When I was 14, my father was so stupid I could scarcely stand to have the old man around, but by the time I was 21, I was amazed by what he’d learned in just seven years

    • Edmonton Al says:

      On a similar note;
      The little kid: “My dad is better than your dad”,
      The 14yr old; “My dad doesn’t know what he is talking about”
      The 40yr old: “My father used to say….”

    • Andy DC says:

      My father was stupid at 14 and by the time I was 21, he seemed even more stupid.

      • gator69 says:

        “If you’re not a liberal when you’re 25, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative by the time you’re 35, you have no brain.”

        • Gail Combs says:

          Adukt liberals remind me of the domesticated foxes whose noses became blunter and behavior more puppy like….

        • gator69 says:

          It is part of an intellectual evolution, if you are not a Libertarian by 45, you are a useful idiot.

        • Kozlowsky says:

          gator69 says:
          March 28, 2015 at 12:42 am
          It is part of an intellectual evolution, if you are not a Libertarian by 45, you are a useful idiot.

          +1

        • Robertv says:

          Ralph Moody Hall (born May 3, 1923) was a United States Representative from Texas’s 4th congressional district. He was first elected in 1980, and was the chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology from 2011 to 2013. He was also a member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. In 2004, he switched to the Republican Party after having been a member of the Democratic Party for more than 50 years.
          At 91, he was the oldest serving member of Congress at the end of his last term in office, the oldest person to ever serve in the House of Representatives, the oldest person ever elected to a House term and the oldest House member ever to cast a vote. He and Michigan Congressman John Dingell[2] were the last two World War II veterans serving in Congress.[

          Views on climate change

          On December 1, 2011, Hall gave an interview to National Journal in which he expressed disbelief in anthropogenic climate change. He accused climate scientists of concocting the evidence for anthropogenic climate change in order to receive federal research grants, citing the Climategate controversy and calling investigations which had largely exonerated them “straw-man reviews”. He stated that “I’m really more fearful of freezing. And I don’t have any science to prove that. But we have a lot of science that tells us they’re not basing it on real scientific facts.” He responded to allegations that Republicans could be called anti-science in light of these views by saying “I’m not anti-science, I’m pro-science. But we ought to have some believable science…. We have to be more careful what outlays we make for something that hasn’t been proved.”[30]

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Hall

      • spren says:

        An old saying from my railroad days: You’re not worth a damn to yourself or anyone else until you are 30.

  3. Jimmy Haigh says:

    IzaBlue, eh? Come on then. Have the balls to show yourself.

  4. Robertv says:

    2009 . Since then Nazi US and Nazi EU only have become more powerful. Soon freedom will be a thing of the past.

  5. Mac says:

    Notice how these climate change cultist scumbags have to point out that Dr. Gray is an “old man”. Ageism is a crucial part of Alinsyite tactics: you have to rally the young people to “change” things, because everybody over the age of 40 is “old”, anachronistic, and out of touch, and too set in their ways. It’s sickening. Basically, the principle is “ignore anyone who has life experience and is wiser than you, shout them down, ban them, kill them, and institute commie totalitarianism for the good of mankind. It’s just radicalism for its own sake. Leftists are emotionally disturbed, and obsessed with the idea that there is always something worng with life and with the world.

    They’re just like the Khmer Rouge.

  6. JST1 says:

    War has been declared.

  7. omanuel says:

    You are very fortunate to have met Bill Gray. A high school teacher at North High in Wichita, KS – perhaps a relative of Dr. Bill Gray named Mr. Cecil Gray – encouraged me to pursue a career in science in 1954, although I was a school dropout and mad at the world.

    Now, sixty-one years later, we know that science was converted into a tool of government while we argued if

    1. CO2 heats or cools the Earth,
    2. Solar neutrinos oscillate or not,
    3. The Sun makes or consumes H,
    4. Neutrons attract or repel neutrons,
    5. Etc., etc., etc., etc., ad infinitum, but . . .

    what really mattered, the United Nations encouraged governments to DECEIVE the public about the source of energy in cores of

    Heavy atoms
    Some planets
    Ordinary stars
    Ordinary galaxies
    The expanding universe

    after being formed on 24 Oct 1945 !

    1. Changing the internal composition of the Sun from:
    _ a.) Mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to
    _ b.) Mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946

    2. Changing the definition of nuclear stability from:
    _ a.) Aston’s valid concept of “nuclear packing fraction” before WWII to
    _ b.) Weizsacker’s flawed concept of “nuclear binding energy” after WWII..

    3. Destroying the integrity of major fields of science: Astronomy, astrophysics, climatology, cosmology, geology, nuclear, particle, planetary, solar and theoretical physics

    See: “Solar energy”

    Click to access Solar_Energy.pdf

    [See also this Teachers Supplement to “Solar energy”] https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Supplement.pdf

  8. richard says:

    that is vile.

  9. Disillusioned says:

    That post is 5 1/2 years old. I wonder how long it stayed up on that bulletin board. I also wonder if IzaBlue graduated, and if he/she is still practicing his/her fascist tendencies to censor and silence undesireable scientists (or any others) who do not conform to communal group-think.

  10. Menicholas says:

    The message of this memo boils down to .
    Noting the polls which show concern for the CAGW meme is at the very bottom of the list of concerns held by the general public, I think that the people have give their answer to this ill conceived and hateful request from IzaBlue.
    The answer is no.

  11. Menicholas says:

    Hmm.
    Seems I inadvertently caused part of my post to be omitted.
    Reposting the entire message.

    The message of this memo boils down to “I think it’s time for everyone to think as I think, do as I say, and hate as I hate”.
    Noting the polls which show concern for the CAGW meme is at the very bottom of the list of concerns held by the general public, I think that the people have give their answer to this ill conceived and hateful request from IzaBlue.
    The answer is no.

  12. If the crops start to fail in the next few years that will be perhaps the start of a new conversation.

  13. Gail Combs says:

    I went looking for IzaBlue and stumbled onto this…. BLEECKE
    http://climatesociety.ei.columbia.edu/students/

    • gator69 says:

      At least this girl’s name is appropriate for her studies, and she openly admits she wants to trick people for personal gain…

      Brigitte Moneymaker
      22-year-old Virginia native, BS Environmental Science from SUNY ESF, trying to trick someone to take me back to South America.

      From the mouths of babes…

    • annieoakley says:

      Another useless major/advanced degree. They’ll be thousands of dollars in debt and a Starbucks Barista. Probably can’t even change a light bulb.

      • gator69 says:

        They prefer to stay in the dark anyway.

      • Gail Combs says:

        That is the whole idea. Lots of useless 4 year degrees for the brain dead to take that puts them in debt to the Banksters. Note that bankruptcy DOES NOT wipe your student loan debt.

      • Warren D. Walker says:
        • Winnipeg Boy says:

          Turn left, lights go out. Turn right, lights come on.
          Man that is deep.

        • rah says:

          Ever notice that in about every public place in the US that has bathrooms the Men’s room is on the left and the Women’s room on the right? My wife says that’s because Women are always right.

      • gator69 says:

        You are a brave man to publish a photo an illegal device, they are coming for you (My sincerest apologies to Cheap Trick)…

        THE BULB POLICE

        The bulb police, twisty bulbs make me see red
        The bulb police, I wish they all would drop dead
        The bulb police, sent by the IPCC, oh, no

        Those bulbs are pushed by creeps
        And the light hurts my eyes
        Incandescents are cheap
        And they will shine throughout the night, so bright

        ‘Cause they’re working for me
        And now I can see
        Every single night
        They’re better, that is plain
        The greens are just insane

        The bulb police, they must be fracked in the head (fracked on the head)
        The bulb police, stay clear or you will eat lead (you will eat lead)
        The bulb police, they’re coming to arrest me, oh, no

        Well, I can’t tell lies
        They’re made with mercury
        And when they fall, Oh (bleep)!
        From the room I must flee, in fright, aint right

        ‘Cause they’re poisoning for me
        They’re toxic debris
        Every single night
        They’re driving me insane
        That light just hurts my brain

        I try to read, they’re dim, headache, all for the arctic zone
        They don’t last long as advertised or glow with a warm tone
        They’re blinding me, I only hope, the Bulb Act will get done
        They irritate me, we can all thank that jerk James Hansen

        ‘Cause they’re truly crappy
        And sold by decree
        Every single light
        They’re driving me insane
        Those lights just hurt my brain

        The bulb police, they must be fracked in the head (fracked in the head)
        The bulb police, stay clear or you will eat lead (you will eat lead)
        The bulb police, they’re coming to arrest me
        The bulb police (police, police)
        The bulb police (police, police)
        The bulb police (police, police)
        The bulb police (police, police)
        The bulb police (police, police)
        The bulb police (police, police)

    • bleakhouses says:

      More aptly titled “140 job seekers seeking jobs in rent seeking.”

  14. Neal S says:

    Iza Blue, because it’s been so COLD this year!!! (freshman humor)

  15. _Jim says:

    Bring back the rack; I could use a good ‘stretch’ …

  16. Gail Combs says:

    Darn it Tony, you jinked the weather and now the climate propagandists will have a field day.

    Weekly Wrap-Up: Tornadoes Ransack Central US; Rain, Snow Complicate Germanwings Recovery

    …… By Wednesday, thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes developed in the southern Plains, which resulted in structural damage, injuries and one fatality.

    A line of severe thunderstorms erupted across southwestern Missouri early Tuesday evening and advanced eastward through northern Arkansas Tuesday night. The storms produced large hail across many areas of southwestern Missouri.

    Following Tuesday’s storms, warm, moist air surged into the central and southern Plains, sparking another round of severe storms. Damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes occurred Wednesday evening as storms rumbled across Oklahoma, southern Kansas, northwestern Arkansas and southern Missouri.

  17. g2-9ed9acc685824c6663c51c5b093476cc says:

    Okay, I can’t resist:

    (Or if that doesn’t work for you):

  18. darrylb says:

    This one really pisses me off.
    There are some that are ruining the reputation of CSU, but it is not Bill Gray.
    Why did I have to read this, now I am damn angry, should not let it happen
    The only thing I (we) can do is send support to or for Bill Gray.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Darry,
      One of the Asshats, who wrote the New Dietary Guidelines saying the USA should become vegetarian, came from my University — A COW COLLEGE prof is agreeing that cows are BAD for the environment. SNARL…

  19. ren says:

    South Pole is in place. Where is the north ?

    Region 12303 [N19W54] decayed slowly and quietly.
    Region 12305 [S09E02] became less active. The two largest penumbrae merged with a weak magnetic delta prsent in the southern section.
    Region 12307 [S19W26] decayed quickly and quietly.
    Region 12310 [N07E21] decayed slowly and quietly.
    Region 12313 [N17E39] was quiet and stable.
    New region 12314 [S22E68] rotated into view on March 25 and was numbered by SWPC the next day.

    • ren says:

      Another indicator of the level of solar activity is the flux of radio emission from the Sun at a wavelength of 10.7 cm (2.8 GHz frequency). This flux has been measured daily since 1947. It is an important indicator of solar activity because it tends to follow the changes in the solar ultraviolet that influence the Earth’s upper atmosphere and ionosphere. Many models of the upper atmosphere use the 10.7 cm flux (F10.7) as input to determine atmospheric densities and satellite drag. F10.7 has been shown to follow the sunspot number quite closely and similar prediction techniques can be used.

      Click to access f107_predict.pdf


      http://solarscience.msfc.nasa.gov/predict.shtml

      • omanuel says:

        Ren,

        Are ratios of solar emissions – (e.g., x-ray : UV : VIS : IR) measured and reported over solar cycles?

        If so, where?

        If not, why not ?

        • ren says:

          “Life and subatomic particles evolved together on opposite sides of
          the photosphere, the brightly glowing layer that is commonly called
          the Sun or the surface of the Sun. Beneath the photosphere, neutrons
          from the Sun’s compact energetic core become atoms of hydrogen
          and helium with a 10~15 fold increase in volume. The distance
          between interstellar atoms is about 10~8 times larger than the size of
          the atoms themselves, so the volume increase is 10~15 x 10~24 = 10~39
          when individual neutrons in stellar cores become individual
          interstellar atoms, appreciably larger than the value of ~1023 reported
          earlier [122]. Other atoms remained gravitationally attached to the
          Sun and formed planets in the heliosphere, high above the
          photosphere. Life evolved on at least one of these planets, Earth. The
          evolution of life and its survival by adaptation were probably
          encouraged by constantly changing positions of planets around the
          Sun. This causes changes in the Sun’s motion around the centre-ofmass
          (barycentre) of the solar system and likely induces solar cycles
          and natural changes in Earth’s climate [123,124].
          Kuroda visited Hiroshima soon after August 6, 1945 and later
          reported the possibility of a Sun-like nuclear “fire” in the early solar
          system causing transmutations of elements [9,41,55,125-127]. Fear of
          man-made nuclear “fire” may have convinced world leaders and
          leaders of scientific community to obscure findings that might expose
          neutron repulsion as the nuclear force that triggers the creation and
          destruction of elements. ”

          Click to access V19N2MAN.pdf

        • ren says:

          The monthly averages are the radio emission from the Sun at a wavelength of 10.7 centimetres averaged over the month. Vertical scale units are in solar flux units (1 sfu = 10-22.m-2.Hz-1), horizontal scale units are in years.

          http://www.spaceweather.ca/solarflux/sx-6-mavg-eng.php

        • Gail Combs says:

          Ren,
          Are you aware of Dr Evans notch-delay solar theory? Jo Nova introduced it on her blog. Here are the links all in one place.
          http://sciencespeak.com/climate-nd-solar.html

          David Archibald wrote an article about it.
          http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/06/a_cold_dawn_coming.html

          Tallbloke’s Talkshop also discussed the theory.
          https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2014/06/17/david-evans-jo-nova-analysing-the-11-year-lag-in-climate-response-to-solar-input/

          ….Jo’s husband, David Evans has done some competent analysis work to unravel the observed ~11 yr ‘delay’ in terrestrial climatic response to solar input. Of interest is the obervation that the solar polar magnetic fields are in the process of weakening and changing sign near solar maximum. It is suspected that this is connected with the delay….


          Figure 6: The amplitudes of the empirical transfer function when the data is restricted in the ways marked (that is, using a subset of the data used to find Figure 5). The black line and the gray zone are as in Figure 5.

          Ren, I see you have already commented at Tallbloke’s Talkshop.

          I am going to leave the comment up to add to Dr Norman Page alternate method of validation. Tallbloke has added some interesting information on the Solar-ENSO connection that may add to Dr. Evan’s theory.

          One of Tallbloke’s posts on the subject: Are the Sun and Moon both acting on El Nino events?

    • Sparks says:

      Hi Ren. The geographical north Pole is still there, and the magnetic poles are in the last stages of rotating towards the geographical poles, you can see the southern magnetic pole in red facing us, that means the northern magnetic pole will be on the opposite side of the sun. this magnetic polar rotation is a normal part of the suns ’11 year’ magnetic polar reversal.

      • ren says:

        Solar Polar Field Strength:

        • omanuel says:

          Thanks, REN. Those graphs are intriguing indications of the solar interior.

        • omanuel says:

          Do you agree the Sun’s pulsar [1,2] core produces its magnetic field?

          1. Peter Toth, “Is the Sun a pulsar?” Nature 270, 159-160 (1977):
          http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v270/n5633/abs/270159a0.html

          2. V. A. Kotov, “A pulsar inside the Sun?” Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics 39, 811-814 (1996): http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF02120961

        • Sparks says:

          The Suns Solar Polar Magnetic Field Strength does not increase or decrease, (it is distorted) it is constant relative to the mass of the sun, the observed data you are showing is a result of the suns magnetic poles rotating and reversing, both poles cross polarities at its equator during the peak of a solar cycle, interacting with the coronasphere producing an increase in Sunspots, radio emissions, x-rays and UV etc. The difference in the intensity of solar cycle peaks is due to the speed and rotation of the Polar fields through both its longitude axis and latitude axis.

          It is suspected and it’s being researched and studied at some length by myself and others that the planets in our solar system have a role to play in regulating the timing of the suns polar reversal many of us have independently built models from planetary orbital data over the past ten years that verify there is a solar/planetary relationship, we now have the ability to accurately forecast the suns solar cycle behaviour which means a great deal for the sun/earth climate relationship..

          Here’s some examples of two different models I’ve built using planetary data..

        • Dmh says:

          The solar magnetic NP (MNP) has been below 5 micro-Tesla from ~ Nov/2013 to last month, corresponding quite exactly to the period of the “2nd peak” of the solar maximum of the present cycle, which I believe has ended already (the maximum phase). The South Pole (MSP) looks “normal”.

          This delay to flip polarities is similar to what happened in maximum of cycle C20, but the oscillations during the near-zero period were considerably more intense then,

          I believe this phenomenon is related with the end of solar grand-maximum of the XX century, of which (I think) the Livingston-Penn effect is another “symptom”.
          The average solar fields ( |NP|+|SP|/2 ) have been decreasing systematically since cycle C21,
          (this idea I found on G. Sharp’s blog- Brent Walker’s post http://www.landscheidt.info/?q=node/50#comment-1209
          http://www.landscheidt.info/images/brent5.jpg)

          but the fields were probably less intense and *not varying systematically* before C20 (e.g., Leif Svalgaard’s studies, based on proxies, reveal a stable quasi-senoidal variation since C14).
          “Something” seems to have happened since C21 that has changed the direction of the intensity of the solar cycles from “grand-maximum” type, during the entire XX century (it started in C14 IMO), back to normal or (possibly) to a “grand-minimum” phase now.

          Note also that the geomagnetic aa-index (from the UK Solar System Data Centre : http://www.wdc.rl.ac.uk/Help/aa.html) is showing a “transition” since ~ 2004, from a “strong-phase” (above 20 nT, from ~ 1939-to-2004) to a “weak-phase” (similar to the average indices before 1939)

          I believe the low intensity of the MNP is related with (a continuation of) these phenomena that have been happening in the last ~ 25 years. This would indicate that they will continue and possibly (in the “grand-minimum” scenario) intensify. It will be interesting to watch.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      Somebody at biznews.com needs an explanation about what happens to crops during cold periods. We are in a toasty optimal period with lots of plant food. Of course, a lot of you guys back east aren’t so sure about the toasty part, I bet. I believe it hit 96 degrees in Yuma today. I’ll be eating my own cherry tomatoes in about two weeks if somebody from the Dept. of Commerce doesn’t show up to confiscate the vines.

      Meanwhile, even a little ice age will make it impossible to feed 9-billion people by 2045-50. Just a wee bit off topic here. Note to Colorado legislature. Defund CU Atmospheric Science Dept. Fixed it.

  20. Robertv says:

    Old people

    John Forbes Kerry (born December 11, 1943) is an American politician who is the 68th and current United States Secretary of State.
    Robinette “Joe” Biden, Jr. ( born November 20, 1942) is the 47th and current Vice President of the United States
    Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton ( born October 26, 1947) is a former United States Secretary of State,
    Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro Pelosi (born March 26, 1940) is the Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives

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