Michael Mann agains tries to silence an opponent of warmism

This time it’s the Daily Beast’s Megan McArdle who must be quieted.

Mann tweeted:

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Click for McArdle’s latest offending column.

Click for Mann’s efforts to silence others revealed in the Climategate e-mails.

Click for Mann’s effort to get James Delingpole fired.

18 thoughts on “Michael Mann agains tries to silence an opponent of warmism”

  1. He behaves like a petulant child with delusions of grandeur and
    an over- exaggerated sense of hos own importance.

  2. He needs to grow up and learn how to take criticism. My 8 month old nephew is more emotionally mature than Dr. Mann is. What a big baby!

  3. @michaelemann 10,000 tweet..
    Uggh! RT @cshea4 You’re behind the news. She’s been given more $, prestigious platform. #MeganMcArdle

  4. I wish I could have the opportunity to be on a debate stage before an audience with him.

    That will never happen

  5. Being a Milloyian, I disagree with Ms. McArdle on her view of the science. But I note she makes her position in reasonable terms.
    Peter Glieck and Michael Mann HAVE behaved badly, so that was just a factual statement. How else would you define theft and forgery in Glieck’s case and data manipulation and obfuscation in Mann’s?
    As for Mann complaining about a post with falsehoods and personal attacks, well, if he were correct (and in this case I’d say he is not), his complaint would be like a moose telling a bear to get a shave.

  6. Here’s the difference between Mann et al. and the “Milloyians” (Our annual meeting is in a phone booth by the way) — We don’t want to silence Mann. Rather, we encourage him to rant on so that all who hear know him mad. So keep talkin’ and tweetin’, Mikey! Of course, we don’t have to encourage him — he can’t control himself.

  7. Howdy Our Host
    You are also scrupulous about quoting warmists and linking to their articles so that readers may judge them fairly by their own words. As you point out, that is also giving them the rope to hang themselves…
    Where’s the phone booth? Perhaps I can make this year’s meeting.

  8. The dumbest invention since the electric car. If these people are spending so much time displaying their egos before a crowd stupid enough to read it, how much “research” are they getting done?

    Not that Mann ever did any anyway. His contributions to date have amounted to attempts to bury nonsense in statistics.

  9. Reblogged this on CraigM350 and commented:
    “I agree that folks like Michael Mann and Peter Gleick have behaved very badly”

    Now if that isn’t a clear case of breaking warmist commandments I don’t know. A fiery man made climate hell awaits her, even if she did agree with the ‘science’

  10. So, liberals are realists about the science? Seriously?? Ms McArdle may be “familiar” with skeptics arguments, but she apparently doesn’t get the science, which makes Mann’s criticism all the more absurd.

  11. Please allow me to post for comment an open message sent today (2 July 2013) to members of the Space Science & Technology Sub-Committee of the US House of Representatives

    The United States House of Representatives
    Committee on Space Science and Technology
    Washington, DC, USA

    RE: Open Message on the Corruption of Science:
    The Destruction of Inalienable Rights of Citizens

    Concern for our increasingly unstable society and for those trying to prevent it’s violent eruption by destroying basic constitutional rights of citizens would benefit from your active investigation and support, if confirmed, of one indisputable fact

    1. Supported by the best available scientific measurements and observations on rest masses, abundances and half-lives of atoms and elements in the Earth, the Moon, the Sun, meteorites, Mars and Jupiter;

    2. Consistent with the spiritual teachings of every major religion; and

    3. Hidden from the public after 1945 out of fear this information might be used to destroy life on Earth by nuclear annihilation:

    The core of the Sun is a pulsar that made our elements and gave explosive birth to the Solar System five billion years (5 Gyr) ago. Its source of energy – neutron repulsion – is the same energy that vaporized Hiroshima and Nagasaki on Aug 6 and 9, 1945 (and frightened world leaders into forming the United Nations on 24 Oct 1945 to save the world from nuclear annihilation). The Sun’s core is made of neutrons (n). An expanded neutron form – hydrogen atoms (1H) – pours from its atmosphere. Hydrogen and Helium are by-products of the production of solar energy. The most abundant atom in the Sun, iron-56 (56Fe), is the most stable combination of neutrons and hydrogen atoms. Other mixtures of neutrons and hydrogen atoms comprise every atom in the Solar System, as shown on the front cover of the Proceedings of the 1999 ACS Symposium on the Origin of Elements in the Solar System organized with help from the late Nobel Laureate Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg:

    Origin of Elements in the Solar System::
    Implications of Post-1957 Observations

    Half-life measurements at Purdue suggest that other than gravitational, electrical, nuclear and magnetic force fields invisibly connect every atom to the pulsar and to each other over vast regions of space (greater than the combined volume of ten billion, billion Earths) that filled with debris from the explosive birth of the Solar System five billion years ago.

    Our fate and Earth’s constantly changing climate depend entirely on the pulsar that government scientists hid from the public after 1945.

    Copies of this message will be sent to individual members of Congress and to others concerned about the tension between US citizens and the US government, the corruption of government science, and the loss of basic constitutional rights of US citizens.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo
    PhD Nuclear Chemistry
    Postdoc Space Physics

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