Another Week in the Ecological Crisis, January 19, 2014

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Sipping from the Internet Firehose…

January 19, 2014


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Laugh. I dare ya:

Here’s your touch of surreal for the week:

 

 

11 thoughts on “Another Week in the Ecological Crisis, January 19, 2014

  1. Hi I am writing to you on behalf on the Scottish Climate & Energy Forum, we are conducting a survey of those interesting in the climate debate which should be of interest to all involved.

    The main focus is on the education and work experience of participants, but it will also assess employment and social factors for their relationship with views on climate.

    We would be very grateful if you would take the time to complete the survey. The responses are confidential.

    The url is: http://scef.org.uk/survey/index.php/868721/lang/en.

    regards,

    Mike Haseler

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  2. Lying deniers. Is that a scientific term or an appeal to dogma. Glad to see the spirt of scientific skepticism and free inquiry are still alive.

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  3. “….Lying deniers. Is that a scientific term or an appeal to dogma…”

    Since it is my post, I will answer for you robby.

    It’s a scientific term. Lying – as in deliberately stating false information. Deniers – as in people people who ignore evidence that runs counter to their ideological worldview.

    Any more questions?

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