cite as: F. Bi. 2008. eSkeptic is a mock-epic. Intl. J. Inact., 1:58–59
All Embracing says this about the Skeptics Society:
It’s all very well being skeptical of 9/11 Conspiracy Theories but really, get with the programme. If this is your great success story, your ‘pat on the back’ moment, then it’s also a tacit admission that the Skeptics [Society] have, by and large, failed in their ability to pull it together in regard to applying their skepticism towards Climate Change Denial Conspiracy Theories. […] there is still some infighting in their ranks about the issue.
Holy Zeus. Indeed, what’s the whole use of debunking 9/11 conspiracy theories again? You’d have thought that the Skeptics Society would’ve found a more utile subject to work their mad skeptic skills on, and actually achieved something real in society. Ah well.
Anyway, today I added 3 theories into the great genealogy of climate conspiracy theories: Roy Spencer’s Feb 2007 theory in the New York Post, Spencer’s Mar 2007 theory in his testimony before the Waxman committee, and Monckton’s 2008 theory. Of course, as always, each and every one of the conspiracy theories is absolutely true! You can click on the sultry girl on the right to view the current version of the genealogy of conspiracies.
- Paragraphs 1–6: High oil prices aren’t (really) a problem. Ponies! Ponies!
- Paragraphs 7–11: The greenies are stupid and insane and dangerous.
- Paragraph 12: Victory will be ours! Bwahahahahaha!
Bleh. Apparently this sort of ‘argument’ makes ‘sense’ to some people…
Again, the ASCII art for the girl comes from