Research which heaped doubt on the rate of global warming was deliberately suppressed by scientists because it was “less than helpful” to their cause, it was claimed last night.<quoted text>
Since it’s your premise, not mine, that Democrats are the bane of everything you don’t like about America, past and present, it’s incumbent on you to support it with a convincing argument. While you’ve once again passed a voluminous array of information as fact, which I don’t feel compelled to attempt to verify via online research on your behalf, you’e not demonstrated any empirical or logical argument that any of it supports your premise.
By the way, here’s a couple of personal notes that you may find both interesting to know and helpful to tuck away and have onboard to call upon when planning your presentations in the future:
1) Calling me, or anyone else,“Skippy,” as you consistently do – not that I’ve not been called far worse, so thanks for your restraint despite the anger you’re expressing — isn’t a convincing argument supportive of your premise.
2) While I’m clearly and proudly politically a social and economic progressive, you’ve no reason to conclude that I must be a Democrat. Wouldn’t it be far wiser of me to register as a Republican so I could help “primary in” the absolute craziest of the lunatic fringe tea partier candidates for whom no reasonable person would conceivably vote in a general election?
I hope you find this useful.
In an echo of the infamous “Climategate” scandal at the University of East Anglia, one of the world’s top academic journals rejected the work of five experts after a reviewer privately denounced it as “harmful”.