scientist chickens out …

Dr Karl Kruszelnickian, ABC TV promoter of global warming and other nonsense pulls the plug on a debate with an Australian Senator. Excuses don’t cut it though, the facts were new, he said:

Dr Karl retreats from his offer to debate me.

Dr Karl said he feels he can’t debate me because he couldn’t find ‘common ground’.

Real scientists find ‘common ground’ through measured data and physical observations because that’s what decides science. Science thrives on debate.

Politics relies on opinions.

Dr Karl acknowledged my depth of understanding and nine years researching the climate claim. He said the facts I presented to him on how the UN drives climate claims was new.

 Andrew Bolt tells us why. Dr Karl is a Flannery/Williams-like fearmonger:

Dr Karl, one of the ABC’s  paid climate alarmists, has made claims almost as dodgy as colleague Robyn Williams’ prediction of sea rises this century of up to 100 metres.

So I’m not surprised he’s running from a debate with Senator Malcolm Roberts – a debate which would be a doddle if Roberts really were as silly as warmists claim.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to scientist chickens out …

  1. uldissprogis says:

    Tom you are a kindred soul and a scientist interested in facts and not political hype or deceptions. I applaud your efforts and wish you continued success in what you are doing.
    Your blog is new to me but I will have some fun browsing through your articles in the near future. You have been blogging longer than me so I have to admire you for your tenacity because most bloggers give up after a few months of posting articles. Best wishes. Uldis

    • Tom Harley says:

      Appreciate your comments, uldissprogis. I have slowed a lot since I began blogging, as each of my targets loses. The first was Woodside/Price’s Point saga near Broome where a large natural gas plant would have wiped out thousands of dinosaur footprints and an endangered rare vine forest. Then there was Government corruption and climate science malfeasance, which is starting to unravel. I guess that’s called winning, slowly.

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