atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,

#1859: Non-Scientist: lol.

"New Scientist becomes Non Scientist." The mock cover is hilarious.

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The line for the tree ring proxy data just ends. Even if you accept that CO2 causes global warming, how the hell can you accept the crap these guys are trying to pass off as real science?

If you're so gung-ho on science, why aren't you critical of the methodology?

If someone gave you a study saying cigarettes are good for you using this kind of "science" you'd reject it out of hand as complete crap, and rightfully so. This being the case, why do the warmistas get a pass on this shoddy, elementary-school-science-project methodology?

UPDATE: ...and re-reading this a couple hours of later, I start laughing, because even the proxy data they're using to "prove" global warming shows GLOBAL COOLING, and they have to resort to silly tricks to hide it!

And while we're about it, they expect us to believe that the Earth's atmosphere doesn't obey the laws of thermodynamics, and that the upper atmosphere can cool BECAUSE the lower atmosphere is warming. END UPDATE.

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This is why Wal-Mart is such a successful corporation.

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Why America hates socialized medicine. (I refuse to call it "universal health care"; it's not.)

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Good going, HP: Fire your support staff, then wonder why your machinery goes ass-over-teakettle. (Via.) ...and a major bank's check system goes down with it for twelve hours.

How much money did you all save by firing your techs, again? I think you just cost yourself much more than you saved.

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I love to see a busybody get hers. And no one had to be injured for it, either, which makes it even more awesome.

That entire site is hilarious

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Osaka goes shopping too. No, I'm not going to explain it.

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