cite as: F. Bi. 2008. “Heartland 500” list still suppressed by inactivists. Intl. J. Inact., 1:28
Next to Al Gore, William Connolley may be the world’s most influential person in the global warming debate. He has a PhD in mathematics and worked as a climate modeller, but those accomplishments don’t explain his influence […]
Dang, and I thought Gore’s right-hand henchman was James Hansen.
William Connolley’s opinions […] count for a great deal at Wikipedia, even though some might not think them particularly worthy of note. “It is his view that there is a consensus in the scientific community about climate change topics such as global warming, and that the various reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) summarize this consensus,” states his Wikipedia page, in the section called “Biography.”
You know, Mr. Solomon, you really should report on the “Heartland 500” list, which of course completely debunks Connolley’s ill-informed “opinion” that “there is a consensus” on the reality of global warming. I mean, if it’s possible to find lots of scientists doubting the global warming theory, by
making crap up postulating grand Bolshevist conspiracies which are only visible by looking for hammer-and-sickle patterns on cereal flakes… then the “consensus” must be pretty shaky, no?
Talk about the Heartland list, won’t ya Solomon?