3 thoughts on “Michael Mann maligns skeptics in UVa talk”

  1. I don’t believe in his ability to conceptualize it accurately. I also know what was believed to be true as to how the effect was supposed to work is proven to be false. I know they haven’t come up with a good belief since. I also know that what a scientist believes is not important while what he can prove is.

  2. If we’re going to let Mann continue to pretend he’s a scientist, isn’t it time to allow “Flat Earth Theology” to be taught alongside?

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