[Stoves] Marketing and using charcoal-using stoves (formerly"nonmemberenquiry")
rongretlarson at comcast.net
Thu Jan 1 17:15:47 CST 2009
Kevin: Here are the questions you still need to answer (in baseball
terms you are batting "000" so far).
a1. Do you really believe these two have the proper credentials to be
believed (meaning peer-reviewed climate material in recognized journals).
a2. What is there possible in their backgrounds to make you offer them
as experts on climate hoaxes?
a3. How did you find their work? (what Google terms did you use in your
b1. What did you do to check out the validity of Miskolczi's theory?
b2. Where did you come upon his name and why do you trust that source,
if different from "landshape"?
c1. How did you check out this story?
c2. Do you believe that the Gregory paper's main theme - that solar input
is important - is not recognized by all climate modelers?
c3. And that all IPCC models include even the smallest known annual solar
c4. If you believe the Gregory conclusion is new - and has adequately
compared the incremental influence of CO2 (30+% increase in 50 or so
years) - please give a citation or two.
d1. What was I supposed to learn from this citation, not already covered by
your #3 cite?
List: My apologies for not answering a few new questions from Kevin in his
message from about an hour ago - but I think I made my request to Kevin
clear enough. I found no new information in that message to change my
opinion that Kevin's climate-denier perspective has caused him to not think
through what he is saying. If I believed cooling was likely, I might share
some of his views on charcoal-using stoves. But Kevin also is not
understanding the health issues (he hasn't read anything by Kirk Smith) and
he doesn't understand efficiency and forest depletion (that a tree can serve
three-four times as many families using wood-burning stoves as that tree can
serve those with a charcoal-using stove.)
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