14 thoughts on “Debbie Moron Schultz”

  1. What’s really despicable is that scientists are now afraid to speak up and say just how wrong these Chicken Little climate change claims are and call out the people who make them. Attacking “deniers” is okay though.

    1. What evidence do you have that “scientists are now afraid to speak up”? You should entertain the notion that they think “attacking ‘deniers’ is okay” because they actually agree with the science.

      1. I’m a scientist/engineer who posts (nearly) anonymously for exactly that reason.

        I have personally had grants returned where the contact for the agency involved explicitly asks for: “More buzzwords. This can impact global warming right? Say that!” This from the people judging which grants get funding: NSF, DOE, ARPA, etc. This gets little “May cause” clauses on the most ridiculous things. (Yes, cruise missile exhaust with this propellant -may-cause- global warming, but none of us will care if you’ve launched enough of them for it to matter you moron.)

        My primary concern is with the pre-1978 temperature record – the surface stations are laughable, and Mann’s method is “Delete the 99+% of the scientific papers that -don’t- agree with the surface records!” Once you’ve got a handle on just how bad the surface stations are, you’ll be gobsmacked at Mann’s method. (And that’s granting him his stripbarked trees and inverted contaminated proxies as just distracting from how daft the approach is.)

        That one single piece of “Garbage IN” is a crucial piece of the entire religion.

  2. Leland: Right. In fact, it’ll soon be worth way less than she paid for it. Is there a bankruptcy chapter for that?

  3. I will believe all of this when I see the wealthy in St Petersburg migrating to . . . St Paul!

  4. Hey, people, check this out


    Apparently a group of bird watchers located a rare species of bird not seen for 20 years. They observed the bird for a time during which in flew about and got wacked about the head by the spinning blade of a wind turbine and then fell to the ground, “stone dead” in the words of the horrified bird enthusiasts.

    Alternative energy! Climate change!

    1. It’s an inconvenient truth:

      According to the Golden Gate Audubon Society, 75 to 110 Golden Eagles, 380 Burrowing Owls, 300 Red-tailed Hawks, and 333 American Kestrels (falcons) are killed by Altamont turbines annually.

      Renewable energy!

  5. Your arch-nemesis Charles Radley has claimed Antarctica will melt completely within 20 years.

  6. …I used to live north of Chicago, a mile of ice is called ‘winter’ by the hardier residents.

  7. After Guam tips over, she and Johnson can live together under the sea.

    Lawyers aren’t smart. As proof I offer the legislature.

  8. the white throated needletail may be rare in england, but it’s not considered
    an endangered species. It’s status is of least threatened.

    wind turbines kill birds, however, cats kill a lot more.

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