Saturday, October 22, 2011

Idiot comment of the day: Stewie Griffin on blog science


http://rogerpielkejr.blogspot.com/2011/10/see-no-evil.html

10 comments:

  1. Oh you made me go look, you cruel, cruel person. RP Jr. is as ever, and the Huffman entity seems to think a comparison of Earth and Venus invalidates the greenhouse effect. Ick. But it is interesting how rare it is for one of them to say out loud (as it were) what most of them are thinking; i.e. that climate science must be wrong because it violates their personal sense of how the universe is put together.

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  2. I love how he just puts it out there; no false modesty for Harry. "[S]hould have swept through all of science like a sudden religious experience," just a classic image.

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  3. Oh, this is as nothing. I think I will let HDH explain:

    http://www.helium.com/items/680599-assessing-the-reality-of-atlantis?page=2

    "Atlantis existed in the north Atlantic, just as Plato wrote. It was not always there, but was deliberately moved over the Earth, as were other major landmasses-movements now "explained" by science as "continental drift" due to "plate tectonics." (There are fundamental problems with plate tectonics, as geologists well know-see www.mantleplumes.org, for example, and do an internet search on "problems with plate tectonics" to get the views of many professional geologists and geophysicists.) Nor did Atlantis simply disappear forever "in one day and night." It was moved along what is today known as the mid-Atlantic rift, and brought to rest in the position of Greenland; Iceland, just to the southeast of Greenland, was also part of the former island of Atlantis. This is not a theory, nor speculation, but fact. The mid-ocean rifts that run for some 40,000 miles all around the Earth are not "spreading ridges" as science today would have you believe; they are the former paths of landmasses that were deliberately moved to enable the design of the "gods," a design with monumental and religious importance for mankind."

    Funnily enough, with HDH's profile seemingly rising on 'sceptic' blogs, I was on the point of getting in touch to let you know that you had missed a particularly fine idiot.

    BBD

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  4. As Tamino likes to say: Bag, meet hammers.

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  5. Steve Bloom

    Indeed. Although in the face of HDH, even this seems somehow understated.

    BBD

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