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Comment Climatoligists are not represented (Score 1) 1367

Has anybody noticed, that in the list of "scientists", not one of them is a true climatologist? Check out the list! "Claude Allegre, former director of the Institute for the Study of the Earth, University of Paris; J. Scott Armstrong, cofounder of the Journal of Forecasting and the International Journal of Forecasting; Jan Breslow, head of the Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics and Metabolism, Rockefeller University; Roger Cohen, fellow, American Physical Society; Edward David, member, National Academy of Engineering and National Academy of Sciences; William Happer, professor of physics, Princeton; Michael Kelly, professor of technology, University of Cambridge, U.K.; William Kininmonth, former head of climate research at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology; Richard Lindzen, professor of atmospheric sciences, MIT; James McGrath, professor of chemistry, Virginia Technical University; Rodney Nichols, former president and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences; Burt Rutan, aerospace engineer, designer of Voyager and SpaceShipOne; Harrison H. Schmitt, Apollo 17 astronaut and former U.S. senator; Nir Shaviv, professor of astrophysics, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Henk Tennekes, former director, Royal Dutch Meteorological Service; Antonio Zichichi, president of the World Federation of Scientists, Geneva." There is a chemist, a couple of engineers, a couple of frauds, a physicists and other specialties that have no relation to climatology. If 16 climatologists had signed this bogus opinion piece I might have believed them.

Comment Electromagnetic radition is everywhere (Score 1) 627

It's sad, really. These pathetic people don't realize that they have been bathed in electromagnetic radiation all of their lives and they can't hide from it. I suppose a Faraday cage or a deep mine or a cavern might help a little, but it won't matter if they use or are visited by someone with any kind of electronic device.

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