LOL — So scientists are what…making up datasets because they’re afraid to produce real ones?
Dallas Dunlap
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You may disagree but I would suggest that Lovelock and Dyson are at the precise opposite end of the science intelligence spectrum from an American culture warrior like yourself.

Freeman Dyson (reputed to be the greatest physicist not to win a Nobel Prize)

“My first heresy says that all the fuss about global warming is grossly exaggerated. Here I am opposing the holy brotherhood of climate model experts and the crowd of deluded citizens who believe the numbers predicted by the computer models. Of course, they say, I have no degree in meteorology and I am therefore not qualified to speak. But I have studied the climate models and I know what they can do. The models solve the equations of fluid dynamics, and they do a very good job of describing the fluid motions of the atmosphere and the oceans. They do a very poor job of describing the clouds, the dust, the chemistry and the biology of fields and farms and forests. They do not begin to describe the real world that we live in. The real world is muddy and messy and full of things that we do not yet understand. It is much easier for a scientist to sit in an air-conditioned building and run computer models, than to put on winter clothes and measure what is really happening outside in the swamps and the clouds. That is why the climate model experts end up believing their own models.” –

http://www.edge.org/documents/archive/edge219.html#dysonf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freeman_Dyson

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