Monday Mirthiness – the BEST team

Josh thinks climate science is BEST left to rough and tumble experts. The next installment may best this one.

27 thoughts on “Monday Mirthiness – the BEST team

  1. I really shouldn’t drink tea while reading WUWT on Monday. OK, all you Peppers, cry foul the dastardly Ad Hominem! Between Donna and Judith this week, we all can breathe a bit easier as the foundations erode from the house of straw.

  2. Was pleased to see that Lubos Motl had found a far less ‘aggressive’ looking pic of Ms Curry for his blog yesterday, than that used in the ‘Mail on Sunday’ article.

  3. Josh,
    Ughhhh, ahhhhh, emmmmm . . . . that is kind of ‘Santeresque’.
    Oops. Did I just really say that?

  4. I was surprised though that Yahoo and AOL both had lead stories today about the “skeptic” Muller finding out he was wrong, catastrophic AWG is real, and no mention of Curry’s comments.
    Actually, I’m not.

  5. Please, Josh, don’t post while I’m drinking coffee…
    *trying to wet vacuum clean my keyboa d tak ng care o t’s c ps*

  6. Richard Muller seems to be a plug and play physicist. He does seem to spin anything as is convenient to support the establishment story as is shown by this quote from a recent debate in which he engaged.
    “Dr. Richard Muller appeared to dismiss the concept of building foundations, stating that buildings “are made lightweight on purpose, so that you don’t have to have a large structure at the bottom to hold it up”

  7. Here is a quote that should be funny, if it wasn’t for the fact that people believe this trash….

    “Snowtober” occurred during a year in which the U.S. has already suffered a record number of billion dollar weather disasters, including Irene; spring flooding along the Mississippi River, and the ongoing Texas drought. Scientific evidence continues to mount that certain types of extreme weather events, including heavy precipitation events (both heavy rain and snow) are becoming more common and severe due to global warming.

    Read about it here at the Washington Post:

  8. TomT says:
    October 31, 2011 at 9:32 am

    Is that co2 leaking out of the balloon? If it is this is more offensive than Cain’s smoking ad.

    No, CO2 is heavier than air–they’d have to tape the balloon to some backboard to keep it up there. I believe it’s simply an indication that their pseudo-elevated canard* is having difficulty “staying up” and Josh recognizes this.
    *noun. a false, esp. malicious, report that has been fabricated with the intention of doing harm.

  9. Jeff D says:
    October 31, 2011 at 9:38 am
    I remember that look Judith has. Was the same one mom had before she got the switch..

    Judge Judy!

  10. I’ve concluded that deep down, Muller is so superficial he can’t remember his own previous opinions and positions. Tight focus on today’s glittering bauble idea.

  11. P.S.
    Boxing gloves are used to REDUCE the damage from punches. Bareknuckle boxing is far more brutal.

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