Plagiarism? White House Climate Policy Is Identical To The Work Of This Man

”The ice caps are melting! The ice caps are melting! The oceans are rising and we’ll all be drowned for our sins,”

Why isn’t he getting credit for shaping modern climate science?

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9 Responses to Plagiarism? White House Climate Policy Is Identical To The Work Of This Man

  1. omanuel says:

    Thanks, Steven, for using your talents to unmask this modern-day “Wizard of Oz.”

    It would be more humorous if our survival did not depend on contact with reality.

  2. KTM says:

    You mean the policy to single out dissenters to be attacked and vilified? I’m not that familiar with Tiny Tim’s body of work, did he finish up his songs by wading into the audience with a club and start pummeling people that didn’t applaud?

  3. Timo Soren says:

    Hilarious! But I must admit that Tiny Tim actually got a bit of my respect. Where so many are trying to find their “15 minutes of fame”, Tiny Tim gave up his music. Even after his waning popularity, he refused to stop touring and simply took less money and continued in small venues. After being diagnosis with heart disease and being told to stop he refused and basically died on stage.

    My point: his life was his music. This works for the arts. The climate scientist’s craft is suppose to be knowledge. They may have Tiny’s ‘blinders’ for one tracked focus, but theirs is not an art and hence they are looking as silly as Tiny Tim.

  4. Timo Soren says:

    Missing NEVER gave up his music

  5. scizzorbill says:

    Getting credit. Kevin Trenberth says it’s a travesty. I have to agree.

  6. Jason Calley says:

    I had not realized that the post-modern alarmists ran a Presidential candidate in 2012.

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