cite as: F. Bi. 2009. A video for the Heartland Institute. Intl. J. Inact., 2:13
Comment by Dan Miller — 2009/01/25 @ 18:33
Dan Miller: We know.
Comment by frankbi — 2009/01/25 @ 18:45
(Tim Curtin: You’re free to write about unrelated topics on your own website. But not here.)
Comment by frankbi — 2009/01/30 @ 05:18
Apparently, via Deltoid, Heartland actually posted this. Either Tim’s pulling our legs, or they’ve since changed it, though. I’m waiting on seeing if anyone WebCited it.
Comment by Brian D — 2009/02/03 @ 16:13
Yep, I did a WebCite archive which has the video number (JfiT0kmBhc4) inside its source (the video doesn’t show up on my side, alas).
Comment by frankbi — 2009/02/03 @ 17:14
This year is looking promising, what with GreenFyre’s Sherlock Holmes parody, and Gareth’s response, and of course your contribution (which I found at Deltoid).
Comment by S2 — 2009/02/04 @ 23:01
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Pingback by These people need our help « The Poor Man Institute — 2009/02/05 @ 06:00
Phantom Soviet Empire bit is not as funny as it might be , because former Dezinformatsia Apparatchik Yuri ( ‘Nuclear Winter :Scientists Warning’ , Mir Press 1986) Izrael showed up to defend Lukh Oil’s methane belching at the 2008 conference.
Fred Singer somehow failed to note this blast from the past in his write-up of the event for the learned journal of the John Birch Society. Cold Warriors may recall Yuri’s understudy , Vladimir Alexandrov, who has been suffering from a mild case of liquidation since being stuffed into a van in front of the Soviet Embassy in Madrid, after blowing his lines at a disarmament conference in 1985. Evidently Andropov was not amused . Today, Putin isn’t talking, and neither is Yuri.
Comment by Russell — 2009/02/07 @ 09:21
So, are Putin and Izrael the ones being intimidated by the Phantom Soviet Empire, or are they the intimidators? How does this square with the theory that ‘global warming’ is a Soviet plot?
Comment by frankbi — 2009/02/07 @ 09:33
We may not be paid PR professionals, but we create value. :B
Comment by frankbi — 2009/02/07 @ 11:53
Huh? Russian oil is simply tagging along ob the PR front, witness vintage retreads transitioning from the Party to the Lukh oil line- science has nothing to do with it.
However, Alexandrov’s case needs remembering Though he was done in in such a corny fashion- no umbrellas or polonium, the responsible parties never faced justice despite violating the other Heisenberg principle :
While climate enthusiasts are not above suing all and sundry, physicists do not shoot other physicists.
Comment by Russell — 2009/02/09 @ 13:07
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