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The Heartland Institute

In Climate Change Roundtable ep14,

Andy Singer, H. Sterling Burnett, Anthony Watts, and Linnea Lueken,

discuss the propensity of the corporate media to blame climate change everytime there is a newsworthy weather event.

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littlepeaks
May 6, 2022 9:30 am

Will do. Just received your book from Amazon a few days ago. It’s interesting hearing “the other side of the climate story”, especially from a scientific perspective.

JoHo
Reply to  littlepeaks
May 7, 2022 5:10 am

Ordered mine through Amazon a probably two weeks ago but still waiting!

Janice Moore
May 6, 2022 11:02 am

Linnea Luekens, et al., lots of accurate, helpful, information.

Suggestion: if someone hijacks another person’s question, decide ahead of time that the moderator will gently but firmly redirect back to the person who was asked the question.

For example: Linnea Leukens was asked about economic damage. Anthony did a FINE job of interjecting a helpful chart. Sterling, on the other hand, verbally shoved Linnea aside and essentially took over her answering time. She was nodding and, no doubt, would have said what he was saying.

Interjections are good. Taking over the person’s time to answer is not.

There was a study done once that showed that men interrupt women more often than vice versa. In fact, many women attend women-only colleges for that (among other reasons) freedom of expression.

TEWS_Pilot
Reply to  Janice Moore
May 6, 2022 5:11 pm

…and at the other extreme…

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Janice Moore
Reply to  TEWS_Pilot
May 7, 2022 1:39 pm

Cute! 😄

Reminded me of a verse I always smile at when I come to it (and did, recently, at Eastertime):

But they did not believe the women, because their words seemed to them like nonsense.”

Luke 24:11

I always think, “Yep. Men often do not take women’s talking seriously. …. Why is that???”

An oral communication coach once told me that to get and keep people’s (men, perhaps, more than women?) attention, I should speak: LOWER AND S-L-O-W-E-R.

You know what I say to that?

Forget it.

If I am not important enough to someone for them to listen to me, then, I will gladly shut up and — leave.

I tend to speak HIGHER AND fasterthemore enthusiasticIam aboutsomething and THATISQUITEOFTEN.

And:

“I like me.”

John Candy in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Evidence to prove that lower and slower is WORSER 😄 —

Whitney Houston if she sounded like a man:
“Aaaaand IIIIIIIIIIIIII-eeeee-IIIIII wiiiilllll aaaalllllwaaaays luuuuuhv yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu ooooohhhh-oohh….” 🤣

Janice Moore
Reply to  Charles Rotter
May 7, 2022 12:19 pm

Dear Charles,

Good for you to defend Anthony. I guess I didn’t make it very clear in my comment, but I actually APPLAUDED Anthony’s “FINE” interjection of a helpful chart. It was motor-mouth Sterling I was irritated with.

Thanks for taking the time to set me straight.

Janice

Ben Vorlich
Reply to  Janice Moore
May 6, 2022 11:05 pm

Not just women, those of us who speak quietly are easy to talk down.

We lose a lot by not listening to all voices. I gave up trying a long time ago.

Janice Moore
Reply to  Ben Vorlich
May 7, 2022 12:22 pm

Very good point, Mr. Vorlich.

And, DO keep on watching for opportunities to speak up. I find that if I wait I can usually get at least part of what I wanted to say said. I quietly bide my time waiting for the inevitable lull….. then JUMP into the conversation! 😊

Glad that you are still writing to be “heard.”

R Terrell
Reply to  Janice Moore
May 12, 2022 10:22 am

My typical reply, when there’s a lull in the conversation, is; “But, on the OTHER hand, … there’s four fingers and a thumb” which always gets knowledgeable head shakes all around, in agreement. Which tells you just how much attention people give to what others are saying.

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