Comments by 14noscams

Page 1 of 84 | Next

Posted on September 21 at 6:45 p.m.

tabatha - I'm a physical scientist, so I get my information from scientific sources, not National Enquirer type tabloids or 2-digit IQ diinformation trash websites.
Enjoy the bs.

On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 21 at 8:33 a.m.

rocket625 - Obama is also importing Obama voters.

It doesn't look like Santa Barbara will sink into the ocean because of rising sea level anytime soon,. SB's sea level has decreased from 2006-20013.


On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 20 at 5:31 p.m.

I agree, Botany.

tabatha - mandated health care and taking responsibility ffor health care are mutually exclusive

On S.B. Health Status Report

Posted on September 20 at 4:57 p.m.

rocket625 - but Gore says his electricty consuption isn't an issue because he can buy carbon credits to offset it, and he can even buy them from his own carbon credit trading corp, Generation Investment Corp.

If Gore and Obama tatooed "scam artist" on their foreheads, I don't think Democrats would notice.

On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 20 at 4:48 p.m.

Silicon Valley CEO's got $307 billion to construct Kenya's internet infrastructure.
25% of Kenyan households have electricity.

Obama's social justice for the 1% corporatocracy.

IFC's (UN World Bank) $50 million loan to Kenya Power Lighting Company (Kenya Power) will help the national power distributor expand its network to reach over half a million new households by 2014.

Obama's social justice for the 1% corporatocracy.

On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 20 at 4:24 p.m.

nativegeo - 20X the national average, but that's just 1 home. Does he unplug his freezer in Montecito when he's not there?

"According to the Nashville Electricity Service, Al Gore's 20-room, 8-bathroom, 10,000 square foot home "devoured" nearly 221,000 kWh per year, more than 20 times the national household average. Gore's electricity monthly bill topped $1,359."

18,417 kWh/month

September 22-23, 2014 - St. Johns, NL; September 24-25, 2014 ...

On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 20 at 7:10 a.m.

"14noscams - if you want to shoot the messenger, Joe Romm, who was just reporting on others' findings, then try another source that states the same thing."

Joe Romm's decision to use censorship on thinkprogress to prevent Morano from posting information Romm couldn't defend himself against is an example of Romm's lack of intellectual integrity. There's no messenger here. Check your definition.

My comment was:
"Joe Romm's debate defeat tour hysterically continued Thursday when he went against his own decree forbidding further references to Marc Morano at his Climate Progress blog by eviscerating the New York Times for having the nerve to write about -- wait for it! -- Marc Morano".

More arctic sea ice increase data

On Trees Being Cut Down at UCSB

Posted on September 19 at 9:31 p.m.

Santa Barbara County's official study of the impacts of Measure P says that all active oil wells in the county use at least one of the processes that would be banned by Measure P. They've used these processes for deades with no problems.
This is a county election: it's important that county government inform the public about information like this that's acquired with public funding.

Water Guardians is funded by,, run by Rockefeller trustee Bill McKibbens, with $9 million in funding from the Rockefeller Foundation (Standard Oil). I don't think any of the companies Standard formed after its anti-trust judgement have oil leases in the county.
Al Gore is also opposed to fracking, but his 20 oil wells are in the Gulf of Mexico.

On Verifiable Lies

Posted on September 18 at 12:54 p.m.

tabatha - maybe you should check out AMS certified metorologist Anthony Watts and posts by IPCC scientists who've quit due to IPCC fraud rather than self-employed cartoonist and 97% consensus scam artist John Cook at skepitcalscience.

You have to wade through an increasing number of disinformation websites and facebook pages with names similar to wuwt set up by fellow AGW-scam artists to get to, though.

On Trees Being Cut Down at UCSB

Posted on September 18 at 12:48 p.m.

There's been bad news about liveo aks for a hwile now.

On Trees Being Cut Down at UCSB

Page 1 of 84 | Next

event calendar sponsored by: