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November 23, 2009

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Matthew G. Saroff

What you have is a bunch of climate change experts working things out over a listserve, which means that they are casual.

It really does not mean anything.

It's like the case of "Super Freakonomics," where if you run the numbers, the absolute worst case on heat emitted by solar panels is about the same as burning coal, without the emissions, and, BTW the net effect on heat budget is negligible.

See here for Super Freakonomics. (http://40yrs.blogspot.com/2009/11/devastating-takedown-of-super.html)

The central thesis, which is that there is a conspiracy of scientists who are manufacturing global warming data in order to create a socialist "new world order" is ludicrous.

This is birther/911 truther/JFK assassination fetish bullsh%$.

If you want to argue that the developed world owes adjustment payments to the developing world, feel free, but the majority of climatologists were talking about anthropogenic global warming in 1978, and the only thing that has changed is that they are now almost unanimous.

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Took me time to read all the comments, but I enjoyed the article.

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