Reggie Lives!


I thought Blowtorch Reggie was gone, but he lives on.

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40 Responses to Reggie Lives!

  1. Gail Combs says:

    A quick google turns up this:

  2. Jason Calley says:

    Reggie! I truly do hope you are well! No, we have not changed our distrust of official “adjusted” records, and I doubt you have changed your mind either. Oh well… Anyway, time will show whose ideas are closer to the truth.

  3. Jason Calley says:

    Oooohhhh, off topic but worth a think. Russian scientists have found evidence that humans were living in Siberia at 72 degrees north latitude as far back as 45,000 years. This puts them that far north during a really cold part of the last glacial period. I would not have though that likely. Maybe Siberia was not as cold as we thought back then.

    • Ted says:

      Just tell Kevin how cold you want it to have been, and he’ll find a way to get there.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Remember not all of Siberia was under ice like Canada was.

      Warmest phase of the Eemian interglacial, sometime between 130,000 and 120,000 y.a. (Isotope Stage 5e)….
      70,000-55,000 14C y.a. Stage 4 Glacial Maximum….

      …55,000-30,000 14C y.a. Roughly corresponding to Stage 3 (highly variable ‘middling’ period). The Siberian jay was quite recently reported from a fossil fauna in a cave in the central Asian Altai mountains from Marine Isotope Stage 3, suggesting that there were reasonably large areas of taiga vegetation in these mountains during at least parts of this period (Burchak-Abramovich & Burchak, in press). The fauna from the Altai site is very similar to what would be expected to occur today in the same area, at a rather higher altitude (near the treeline)….

      LGM and late Glacial 18,000-14,000 14C y.a. Conditions all across northern Eurasia appear to have been dry and treeless, dominated by polar desert or semi-desertic steppe-tundra. There are many sources of evidence supporting this interpretation; where pollen can be recovered it shows a high proportion of plants of open ground, and the ‘buried soils’ themselves show chemical and morphological indicators of arid conditions, together with such ‘desert’ features as windblown sands, wind-sculpted pebbles, wind-eroded hollows, and the sediments of intermittant desert lakes (Spasskaya 1992). The very lack of animal fossils or organic sedimentation of any sort from most of northern Eurasia during this period further suggests aridity.

      Pollen and morphological evidence suggests that winter (February) temperatures across southern Siberia were about 12 Deg.C lower than at present (Frenzel 1992a), giving winters almost as severe as those in north-eastern Siberia at present. In the coldest parts of north-eastern Siberia, Frenzel suggests winter that temperatures were some 12-14 degrees lower even than the present extreme temperatures. Summer temperatures for August (Frenzel 1992b) are reconstructed as being about 6 deg.C lower throughout Siberia and the central Asian desert region, except in the north-west close to the ice sheet where they may have been 8-10 deg.C lower than today.

      In southern Siberia, the survival of semi-desert mammals suggests somewhat less severe aridity, but with conditions colder than today’s….
      In China there are a few faunal localities from this period. These suggest that for much of the time, northern China was cold/dry steppe during the last glaciation (e.g. the extinct ostrich Struthio anderssoni). In southern China, ‘montane’ forest mammals and birds of Western China occurred in the lowlands (e. g. the bird Tragopan temminckii well east of its present range in Sichuan, and also Great Pandas). These suggest cooler but fairly moist conditions at least part of the time (Tyberg pers. comm. 1998)…

  4. Jim Hunt says:

    It seemed a bit quiet over at Tony’s new place so I figured I’d better confirm the good news in here as well.

    Reggie evidently didn’t commit suicide after all. Long live Reggie!

    He’s been very nice to Snow White recently, and she hasn’t an unkind word to say about him.

    • AndyG55 says:

      The slimy conman returns.

      Are you ready to ADMIT yet that Arctic sea ice is anomalously HIGH compared to the first 3/4 of the Holocene, or are you still running and hiding from that REALITY.

      And you are STILL trying to just your great CON web site that refuses to admit this truth.

      Sad, and very childish of you.

      • Jim Hunt says:

        As luck would have it Andy, this is your last chance to vote for the winner of the Great White Con 2015 “New Einstein” Award:

        I’m sorry to have to inform you that “Childish, slimy conman” is insufficiently erudite to gain you entry into the 2016 competition.

        • AndyG55 says:

          You poor brain-dead limpet, thinking you and your ilk could ever be up to judging and Einstein award.

          Your moronic arrogance shines on.

        • Jim Hunt says:

          You’re getting warmer Andy, but I fear that “moronic, arrogant, poor brain-dead limpet” still doesn’t cut the GWC mustard.

          Perhaps you could try undeleting a few expletives?

        • AndyG55 says:

          Yawn, you really are getting past the pathetic stage Jimbo.

          Admit that Arctic sea ice was much lower, often non-existent in summer, during the first 3/4 of the Holocene..

          …… or crawl back under your rock where you came from.

        • gator69 says:

          Pathetic. Still shilling for his website and Big Green, while millions who could have been saved with Big Green’s money, needlessly die. The loser cannot even admit that we have more ice in the Arctic now than the average of the past 9000 years.

          Sorry starving kids, Jimmy has an agenda, and it aint you. Sorry truth, Jimmy has an agenda and it aint you either.

  5. gator69 says:

    Well at least Reggie is not bitter over his butt hurt. 😆

  6. DD More says:

    It is generally accepted that a proper germicidal UV light (UVC), installed in the HVAC system will break the DNA of the microscopic organisms and will sterilize them. Therefore as the indoor air recirculates throughout the system virtually all airborne mold spores will be rendered non-viable or with other words dead. The dead mold spores can not form new colonies so the mold has been denied its most common way of spreading indoors. Since the dead mold spores still represent a health hazard, it is strongly recommended that the UVC light should be used in conjunction with a HEPA filter. Some HEPA filters capture particles smaller than 1 micron, i.e. the smallest mold spores would be captured and removed from indoor air. If only a HEPA filter is used without the UVC light, the filter itself will become a breeding ground for new mold colonies.

    We know your shining the light would kill, but you must have forgotten the HEPA filter.

  7. Alf says:

    Jim Hunt, hunting for hits to his blog.

    • Jim Hunt says:

      On the contrary Alf. I’m merely confirming for Tony’s loyal redaers, based on my own experience, that rumours of Reggie’s demise are in actual fact greatly exaggerated.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “Jim Hunt, hunting for hits to his blog.”

      He won’t get any from here.

      Everybody knows he is linked in with the Exeter climate alarmista con men..

      He couldn’t have named his web site more appropriately. A great big CON !!!

  8. Andy DC says:

    Old alarmist trolls never die, they just keep coming back to spew condescending insults and regurgitate the latest set of rigged (warm biased) alarmist produced drivel. Only to be bitch slapped mercilessly until they crawl back into their hole their hole, with tail tucked between their legs.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Marty got kicked for being an ignorant , arrogant , w**ker..

      To be replaced by another of the same, just one day later.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Don’t forget ClimAlarmist Troll Central does actually exist.

        Climate Communication is a non-profit science and outreach project supported by grants, including from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Climate Communication operates as a project of the Aspen Global Change Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the scientific understanding of Earth systems and global environmental change…

        WHAT WE DO

        We publicize and illuminate the latest climate research in plain language, making the science more accessible to the public and policy makers.

        Examples include our primer on climate change and our feature on extreme weather and its connections to climate change. We’ve also released a report on heat waves and climate change.
        ← We Assist Journalists
        We Support Scientists →

        And guess who is on the staff of Climate Communication?

        Peter Gleick
        Katharine Hayhoe
        Michael Mann
        Jeff Masters
        Michael Oppenheimer
        Naomi Oreskes
        Jonathan Overpeck
        Benjamin Santer
        Kevin Trenbreth
        Don Wuebbles

        To name just a few.

        The Aspen Global Change Institute is a United Nation project though they would never say that.

        Dr. Noel Brown is the former Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, North American Office. After receiving a Ph.D from Yale University, he became an organizer of the Stockholm Conference for the Environment in 1972. Dr. Brown is the President of the Friends of the United Nations, a fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences, a founding member of the Aspen Global Change Institute and Chairman of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism. He also serves in the Board of Directors of the Climate Institute. Dr. Brown teaches environmental policy at the Elizabeth Mann Borghese Dalhousie Marine Institute in Canada.

        • gator69 says:

          Peter Gleick
          Katharine Hayhoe
          Michael Mann
          Jeff Masters
          Michael Oppenheimer
          Naomi Oreskes
          Jonathan Overpeck
          Benjamin Santer
          Kevin Trenbreth
          Don Wuebbles

          Sounds like a good list for the first round of prosecutions! (And don’t get me started on Wuebbles, I have had personal debates with this lightweight shyster)

  9. Dave N says:

    That burn was enough to melt the Arctic!

  10. gator69 says:

    Dr Hunt
    Great work practicing genuine science at you blogs in contrast to what heller’s stalker trolls do 24/7.

    Really? 😆

    Jim Hunt
    Exeter, South West England

    Surrealist programmer and cutting edge contemporary artist!

    Jimmy’s “great work” is helping to starve millions of innocent humans each year. Jimmy suffers from dementia, he believes that ice levels in the Arctic are unusually low, when in fact there is more ice there now than the average of the past 9000 years.

    Only an idiot would think that starving millions of innocent humans over a false premise is great work.

    • Jim Hunt says:

      I’m so sorry Gator, I’ve just been redirected here from Judy Curry’s, only to discover that I’d missed your witty riposte and that I need to update my gravatar.

      Whilst I’m here I’m afraid I have some real “Shock News!” for you. Anthony Watts is already on the leaderboard for the 2016 GWC “New Einstein” award, whilst you are not:

      Keep on practising though and who knows, by this time next year Gail could be handing the polar bear suit over to you?

      • gator69 says:

        Thanks again for the compliment Jim! I am in good company, I am among those who oppose baby killers like yourself. Keep mocking the millions you are helping to starve to death, it is oh so classy. Your parents must be bursting with pride!

        • AndyG55 says:

          Gail’s comments have REALLY STUNG poor little attention seeking Jimbo. 🙂

          You can see that those comments now rule his lonely pathetic little life. 🙂

  11. Reginald Perrin says:

    Reggie is about to embark on his fourth final farewell tour…

    …so long and thanks for all the fish…

    …especially the blowtorch which was the perfect metaphor for this winter in the Arctic

  12. gator69 says:




  13. Jim Hunt says:

    Colorado, Gail & Gator?

    • AndyG55 says:

      Seriously , Gail has taken up residence in you empty cranium.

      You really are REALLY SUFFERING, aren’t you Jimbo.

      It must be hurting you VERY BADLY.

      PATHETIC is the only word I can use to describe you.

    • gator69 says:


      Starving millions in the name of wealth redistribution, and using natural cycles to scare others into doing the same.

      And he still thinks this is funny.

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