Rex, We Know About 3,000 Scientists You Might Ask

Thu, 2007-05-31 06:45Ross Gelbspan
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Rex, We Know About 3,000 Scientists You Might Ask

ExxonMobil Chief Executive Rex Tillerson continued his company's history of questioning the causes of climate change. Talking to shareholders, Tillerson said: “We don't have a difference of views that it's an important issue. We have differences about what we know and what we don't know.”

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Who are these “3000 scientists”?
The scientists of the IPCC, NAS, AAAS, WMO, AGU, NOAA (the scientists, not the Bush-picked administrators), NASA (again, the scientists, not the Bush-picked administrators), Environment Canada (the scientists, not the Harperite bureaucrats), EGU, Hadley Centre, etc. I’d bet you have at least 10,000 scientists there.

Knowing 3,000 scientists is so great of you.

But who are they.And to which country they belong to.

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“ExxonMobil Chief Executive Rex Tillerson continued his company’s history of questioning the causes of climate change.”

Outrageous! Doesn’t he know the science is settled? As progressive-minded people like us are already aware, all scientists unanimously agree on the causes of climate change. Further questioning only confuses people. There is no dissent whatsoever, despite what Denieralists who foolishly try to sow seeds of doubt would have the sheeplike masses believe. But Desmogblog is on to their trickery!

To anyone who continues to question the causes of climate change, my favourite quote from Dr. Gore is in order –

“Questions are a burden to others. Answers are a prison for oneself.”

If that capitalist exploiter of Gaia wants questions, lets see how much he likes them when we hold our trials for eco-criminals!
John Dowell likes to use the word “Denieralist”. Are you his sock puppet, Ethan Greenheart?

I thought Ian Forrester invented the term or at least popularized it in this forum in his lame effort to attach a nasty label to folks who don’t buy into AGW foolishness. On the contrary, I think of it as a nice short-hand term to describe someone who is not snowed by the constant flow of junk science and propaganda from the eco-hysterics of the AGW/Gorewinian cult. But who wants to type all that every time? So “Denieralist” it is.

John Dowell, Proud Denieralist

“Deluded” would be more accurate in some cases; “Liar” in others.

I prefer the much simpler word denier, especially since it rhymes with liar.

Ian Forrester

Ethan Greenheart is a regular contributer to “Spiked on Line”. They are associated with the LM network and other groups which were responsible for the Swindle programme on Channel Four

Ian Forrester

This is so great of you.knowing 3,000scientists is awesome.Don’t have a difference of views that it’s an important issue. We have differences about what we know.laptop repair

More excuses. None of which explain why ExxonMobil prefers to fund PR flacks instead of real climate scientists.

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