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It looks like Lew & crew want to continue to debate the merits of his paper.
H/t and many thanks to Jo Nova for the 'flushes itself' idea.
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P.S. Strange Lew on 'Leakage' video here from WUWT
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Lew 'round the bend', oh yeah. I can't decide if his behaviour is abnormal or if he is just like his peers. Or would even speculating about that be conspiracy ideation?
@TinyCO2For a short time I was relieved (get it ?) that he had moved from Oz to UK,Then I realised his crap goes right round the world.
Spot on, as always,Josh.The good doctor's blog, Shaping Tomorrows World, makes Dana' s 97% Guardian CIF look like a libertarian lighthouse.While the latter freely remove posts that point out the wholesale contradictions, illogic and dishonesty that is the usp of that forum, it does at least leave chalklines on the sidewalk to commemorate the once existence of the departed.STW, on the other hand, simply buries the bodies without trace!As the butchers-bill rises the survivors are simply made to close up, and issued with a new number.His latest offering is a good example of this:http://www.shapingtomorrowsworld.org/xp.htmlYup, if you're a drive through tourist, everything in the garden looks rosy.Cheering peasants line the well-scrubbed avenue holding up banners and placards that proclaim their love for the Great Leader.As with all great democracies, dissent is not only allowed but encouraged. In fact there may be more dissenters than supporters but you'd never know that from a casual observation.Repeat visits are essential to fully appreciate the nature of the tomorrow that Dr L and his esteemed colleagues are kindly shaping us for.Not many, I fear, will find it easy to re-visit this Earthly Paradise; if you've seen one dodgy haircut, you've seen them all, I guess but persevere and you'll start to notice things.I did.The faces in the crowd holding up the Good News banners will become familiar. They're always there. And in all weather's too!Strangely enough, they also seem to look like each other or maybe there's not as many of them as one thought. Dissenters, on the other hand, do tend to come and go. Sometimes you see them, sometimes you don't. Their numbers may be much greater than their counterparts but their attendance is abysmal!Until recently I believed that Dr L' s one redeeming feature was that he moderated with a light touch. I got this impression by observing that there were more dissenting posts at SWL than supporting. It was only after being tweeted by Barry Woods who pointed out how posts were quietly vanished/retracted that I began to watch more carefully.I'm sure that Barry, Foxgoose, Brandon et al have plenty of evidence to demonstrate just how hollow the endless claims of openness, neutrality and candour made by L actually are.The garden has now been weeded so well that the 'Roses' are now the predominant llifeform.From Action Man to Retraction Man, his Comedy has turned into Farce and there's only place left for him to go.
To be truly 'Environmentally Friendly':-
Daily 620 million Indians are defecating in the open. That's half the population dumping over 65 million kilos of poo out there every day. If this poo continues to be let loose on us, there will be no escaping the stench of life threatening infections, diseases and epidemics.
Take Your Poo To The Lew
Lewandowsky doing a Russell Crow Australian trying to talk with a bad American accent.
Addendum to my previous comment on Shaping Tomorrows World.I'd claimed that Dana' s 97% Guardian Blog showed where comments had been deleted.I was wrong!Barry Woods just tweeted this to me:@OldManRivers999 I had 5 comments removed from Dana's Guardian article. With zero trace on 15th April
Me again:Is Dana quietly pushing his comment-retraction frontiers forward?Does the Guardian endorse this?
More of a fart really - no substance.
Normally I don't go for toilet humor; but this is absolutely terrific Josh!
Though I'm sure Lew would never have found his data so near the surface. If he even has any data that he didn't find near where he uses his paper.
Again, thank you Josh!
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