I'll Just Leave This Here

I happened to see a post at Watts Up With That today which I had to highlight. It's just too... well, I'll let it speak for itself:

By their words, both Rosenberg and Whitehouse essentially admitted they’ve lost the debate. This has long been known by men far wiser than Rosenberg, Whitehouse, Lindzen, and I:

“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.” ― Socrates

Clearly, Rosenburg and Whitehouse have lost with such juvenile antics. I ask, ‘where are the adults on their side of the debate’?


Oh who am I kidding? I can't resist saying something.

Maybe those adults are busy calling people Nazis? Nope. That's the people at WUWT. Maybe those adults are busy calling people deniers, with all the Holocaust connotations at play? Huh. Again, we see that from the people at WUWT. Maybe they were busy saying anyone who criticizes them must be too drunk or stoned to understand them? Dang, again, it's WUWT that's doing it. Well... the post goes out of the way to mock people for what the author says:

sounds to me exactly like the kind of raving conspiracy theory that nutters like Dr. Stephan Lewandowsky investigate.

Maybe the adults on the other side of the debate are busy trying to show people in organizations have prostituted themselves at the direction of higher ups to produce fraudulent research via data manipulation propped up with desperate tricks? Dang. Again, that's the people at WUWT.

Slander is the tool of the loser of the debate, and clearly, people who resort to juvenile antics have lost the debate. I think I've said enough.

One comment

  1. I should probably point out while I selected examples I was personally connected to/involved with, these are by no means the only examples I could have chosen. I'm sure people could provide dozens of other examples of similar juvenile antics and slanderous remarks from the WUWT crowd. I just selected the ones I was most familiar with because I didn't think it was worth spending much time on this inanity.

    I get Anthony Watts and the people at his site may want to try to claim the high ground in the global warming debate, but they can't. They don't deserve it.

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