2011-12-20 15:56:39stats on denierville behavior?
jyyh
Otto Lehikoinen
otanle@hotmail...
85.77.97.52

If it's not too much trouble for moderators, I'd like to see some stats of denierville comments during the holidays. This just because I had the impression on a finnish discussion forum that these are more common during festivities which would imply they are loners with no normal life. But on this I may have a confirmation bias. A couple of comments even claimed victory in an argument after I checked the forum after Xmas dinner... Happy Holidays anyway, everyone!

2011-12-20 16:55:35Stats
John Cook

john@skepticalscience...
130.102.158.12

So specifically what are you asking - the # of comments by deniers versus the # of comments by warmists? I do have the ability to punch out that kind of data on SkS.

2011-12-20 17:44:01
jyyh
Otto Lehikoinen
otanle@hotmail...
193.64.22.168

Mainly if the # of denier comments increase during the holidays. I'm not so interested of the warmist comments as I could be classified one :-P. Is the denier propaganda targeted towards such people who spend their holidays by the net, Is the strategy employed in some military offensives during history (f.e. the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur_War) used also in this?

2011-12-21 02:45:26jyyh
John Hartz
John Hartz
john.hartz@hotmail...
98.122.98.161

With all due respect, I don't see much value in generating numbers on this. JC's time is a valuable commodity.

2011-12-21 14:00:01yeah
jyyh
Otto Lehikoinen
otanle@hotmail...
193.64.22.247

likely a foolish thought at the start. probably deniers are just worried of their income without realising that if their stories of the poor performance of renewables is true, it would generate more jobs on energy sector.