Michael Mann has another Twitter fit after JunkScience posts Monckton debunking of Mann

The Mann-child responds as may now be expected.

JunkScience posted Monckton’s response to Mann a couple hours ago… and Mann goes into yet another Twitter spasm attacking Milloy.

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Previous Mann twitter fits:

2 thoughts on “Michael Mann has another Twitter fit after JunkScience posts Monckton debunking of Mann”

  1. … Smoked Out …

    … hack …

    Hello! Does green tech subsidies and artificially driving up the costs of oil through regulations and monetary inflation ring a bell?

    And how about this guy?:

    Howard Dean to European Socialists: Let’s Work Together for ‘Global New Deal’

    … this is the first carbon-neutral PES congress …

    The cooperation between our parties has intensified significantly in the past two and a half years, with regular contact at Congress, Senate, Party, and foundation levels. Efforts have been remarkable from both sides.

    And when we talk about the crisis, let’s not forget the environment. The transition to a low-carbon economy will need a major transformation in the patterns of production and consumption. It will require large scale investments, mechanisms to share the costs, policies, and to ensure Social Justice in this transition.

    And for us, the guiding principle is clear: common, but differentiated, responsibilities and respective capabilities must serve as a foundation. We need a new, institutional framework to govern, manage, and monitor implementation.

    Progressives have always been at the forefront on the environment and climate change. The way ahead can only be one: a new global Climate Deal. Let’s accept responsibilities and act now.

    You can’t get more hackish than being subsidized by the taxpayers against their will.

    How about arguing your case instead of robbing taxpayers, lying, or rebranding yourselves to escape scrutiny?

    Let’s begin with your Labor Theory of Value and the Socialist Calculation Problem:

    The Birth of the Austrian School | Josep T. Salerno

    Calculation and Socialism | Joseph T. Salerno

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