The Bad Astronomer defends Michael Mann for ducking Spencer debate: Says Spencer’s beliefs justify avoiding debate

I don’t agree, therefore, I won’t debate?

Here is the Bad Astronomer’s (aka Phil Plait) tweet.

 

Click for the SkepticalScience article cited by Plait.

5 thoughts on “The Bad Astronomer defends Michael Mann for ducking Spencer debate: Says Spencer’s beliefs justify avoiding debate”

  1. Plait was eagerly debating astrologers in his brainy youth. Nowadays alas he has become one, divinating in the Great Mannianism. I haven’t seen him say a single original thought in climate stuff, ever.

  2. There is a way to end this silly NEVER ENDING name calling by those that are limited by not having provable factual science to present as evidence. Americans need to just stop all GRANT SCIENCE FUNDING to Universities and think tanks – these grants have replaced the 60s University requirement of publish or parish – now it is no grant money raised and kept and you are gone . . Here is how to de-fund the foolish bad grant science .

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  3. I know, I was one of his fans until the whole mess broke out. I’m not understanding it. Phil Plait’s Moon Hoax debunking is still unmatched in quality across the internet. He’s a well educated person with clear ties to rational examination of the evidence. In fact, Plait’s resignation from the JREF was the single greatest thing that made me question and reexamine my convictions on this matter. Then, nothing. It’s still clear that the alarmism is based on interpretations of the evidence that range from unlikely to absurd with the costs of adaption dwarfed by nonsensically high financial and human costs for CO2 reduction.

  4. “When the law is on your side, pound on the law; when emotion is on your side, pound on their feelings; when neither are on your side, pound on the table!” Clarence Darrow

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