[LINK] The Dangers of Exec Summaries - Was - Web Crashing
francisoconnor3 at bigpond.com
Mon Jul 2 12:00:35 AEST 2012
Just add Wikipedia and its contributors to your long long long list of climate change conspirators who are all in it for the money.
On 02/07/2012, at 11:50 AM, TKoltai wrote:
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>> [mailto:link-bounces at mailman.anu.edu.au] On Behalf Of Richard Archer
>> Sent: Monday, 2 July 2012 10:54 AM
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>> Subject: Re: [LINK] The Dangers of Exec Summaries - Was - Web Crashing
>> Tom, you'd better go and edit the Wikipedia page:
>> Which states,
>> uncontested, that volcanoes emit 130-230 million tonnes
>> (of CO2) per annum, while "emissions of CO2 by human activities are
>> currently more than 130 times greater than the quantity emitted by
>> volcanoes, amounting to about 27 billion tonnes per year".
>> There are lots of big words on that page, so I'm unable to make any
>> sense of it. This mission requires someone with your superior
>> Go to it!
> Thanks for the suggestion Richard,
> But we know that Wikipedia is managed by the people with the most money
> to hire the most number of appropriate political editors.
> Therefore your suggestion would seem almost as pointless as an edit that
> I or anyone else made that was contrary to the "official" position would
> be unmade in relatively short time.
> Link is ostensibly about the management of archival data, yet there are
> very few discussions on Link about the accuracy of that data,
> revisionism and political "correctness" interference in mans "cultural"
> For example: When one popular financial theory is dismantled by facts,
> then the name is merely changed...
> E.g.: Lutz's renaming of Global Warming to Climate Change ?
> Again, Richard, I note that you attack the messenger and not the
> A shame.
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