Anthroprogenic Political Climate Change. DIe Hard Blowhards and Media Presstitutes , Global Level Extinction Event. NOV 8 2016
The Change Equation.
Political Change is of course man made and the climate in the US may well reflect the severe political climate turmoil in Europe. Also man made. Anthropogenic Political Climate Chnage no Less. Was it the CO2 wot done it? CO2 is a component of the hot air expelled by bucollic blowhard politicians and spin doctors, I feel a Blow Hard tax coming on people. Time to explode the myths and question not just more but everything!#MAGA
Gleicher (original) version: C = (ABD) > X
Dannemiller version: D x V x F > R
SÖNDAG 6 NOVEMBER 2016
ONSDAG 12 JUNI 2013
Gates quite simply is a blowhard who is not reasoning correctly as well as being accused of plagarism by one of the great Anthroprogenic Climate Change Crooks Michael Mann, yes its the same ´´ClimateGate´Guy, being re-cycled.
CHARLES SANDERS PEIRCE: In order to
reason well …. it is absolutely necessary to possess … such virtues
as intellectual honesty and sincerity a
nd a real love of truth (2.82). The cause [of the success of scientific
inquirers] has been that the motive which has carried them
to the laboratory and the field has been a craving to
know how things really were … (1-34).
[Genuine inquiry consists I in diligent inquiry into truth for truth’s sake
(1.44), … in actually drawing the bow upon truth with in
tentness in the eye, with energy in the arm (1.235).
[When] it is no longer the reasoning which determines wh
at the conclusion shall be, but … the conclusion which
determines what the reasoning shall be … this is sham
reasoning…. The effect of this shamming is that men
come to look upon reasoning as mainly decorative….
TORSDAG 20 JANUARI 2011
Quines Two Dogmas of empiricism gives many insights to the limitations of technocratic faith systems.
´´ As an empiricist I continue to think of the conceptual scheme of science as a tool, ultimately, for predicting future experience in the light of past experience. Physical objects are conceptually imported into the situation as convenient intermediaries — not by definition in terms of experience, but simply as irreducible posits18b comparable, epistemologically, to the gods of Homer. Let me interject that for my part I do, qua lay physicist, believe in physical objects and not in Homer’s gods; and I consider it a scientific error to believe otherwise.´´