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Global Warming: Scoring With Michael Mann’s Hockey Stick

by | 3rd, September 2008

GLOBAL warming scientists and warmists are never wrong – and Michael Mann was most certainly not ever wrong about the Hockey Stick theory of global warming, which was, er, wrong:

As EU Ref notes:

When Michael Mann delivers his latest attempt to prove his “hockey stick”, cheer-leaders such as Richard Black, Environment correspondent for the BBC News website, roll over, wave their legs in the air and utter admiring gurgles, offering the immortal phrase: “A new study by climate scientists behind the controversial 1998 ‘hockey stick’ graph suggests their earlier analysis was broadly correct.”

Black clearly has neither the wit nor integrity to postulate that a so-called scientist who is already a three-time loser is not going to get it right on his fourth attempt and that, in pursuit of his mystic goal of proving that the world is warmer now than it has ever been – at least, in the last 1300 years – that he might be a tad biased.

Not that Black is alone of course. The warmist groupies on The Daily Telegraph are quick to follow in the wake of the Beeb, pronouncing: “Past decade hottest for 1300 years in northern hemisphere”, trotting out the unexpurgated doctrine of the sainted Mann, who sits at the right hand of Gore.

Michael Mann – the director of Heat?



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