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CM

Maybe they simply can't be bothered dealing with your whole schtick? You prepare a whole take-down but all they're expecting are a question or two from those in attendance. They'd need to set up a whole new unit just to deal with your 'enquiries'.

Ian Wishart

Comment would be valid, except their invite to media explicitly stated "All your questions will be answered".

The inconvenient questions were muted.

AK

"They'd need to set up a whole new unit just to deal with your 'enquiries'"

That would be money well spent in my books, and a drop in the bucket compared with the untold 100's of millions spent finding 'evidence' of arthrogenic global warming.

The perversion of science in support of an ideology is a disgrace

AcidComments

"The perversion of science in support of an ideology is a disgrace'

The problem is. Science has always had a corrupted element anyway.

This field of Climate science really takes the cake for absolute corruption and incompetence because of the huge amounts of $$$$ riding on it and the whole stinkin cesspit on the manipulated outcome.

It was medical research which was considered the most dirtiest up until now.

On top of that. There was a survey amongst scientists in the UK recently and they admitted. At least one in seven of their colleagues were cooking the books on the research they did!

One in seven scientists say colleagues fake data

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2264439/posts

CM

>>>>Comment would be valid, except their invite to media explicitly stated "All your questions will be answered".<<<<

Would you go to an 'all you can eat' buffet and try to stay for weeks, arguing that they didn't specify 'in one sitting'?

Ian Wishart

Actually, I asked 1.5 of my questions, politely, but as you've seen they couldn't answer them on the day so they shut off the mic. David Wratt has attempted to answer a couple, to which I will respond in due course, and Naish has left a number of questions unanswered, to which I will be returning as well, and Reisinger was a no-show.

Like I said. They can't take the heat.

Bamm Bamm

The RSofNZ also does not return emails or calls from other scientists in NZ.

Ian - you are not alone - and you are asking the Questions that we can't.
Otherwise scientists careers are Terminated.
It is really bad - people end up unemployed for asking Questions.

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