Michael Mann, creator of the infamous global warming ‘hockey stick,’ loses lawsuit against climate skeptic, ordered to pay defendant’s costs

Peolple who have been following this story, especially the one involving Ben Styn’s lawsuit which will most likely go to the supreme court know that this is a huge win for those of us who believe the entire climate change narrative being repeated ad nauseam by the lame liberal politicians and their dopey supporters is nothing but a hoax designed to funnel money towards nefarious orgs with suspicious motives. This is a Big victory and now we get to enjoy one the leading scientists who perpetuated this myth get humiliated on the world stage!

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Hmm, seems the real “inconvenient truth” is finally coming to light.

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Climate always changes, but there are certain regularities.
About one thousand years ago, this planet was warm and Vikings settled in Greenland and lived there for generations subsisting on agriculture.
Greenland in Scandinavian literally meant “green land.”

Holocene is ending. There is only way to go. Global cooling and return to Ice Age.

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Mann lost his lawsuit.

His fraud is official now.

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That will teach him to go up against someone who really knows hockey. :wink:

You are pathetic! Clearly he lost, and so losers like you have to defend him! Here is Laughing at you Monty Muncher because providing anything useful in the way of intelligent and honest conversation has not been in your DNA! `

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Health risks are associated with emissions.

blah, blah blah! Your bot farm troll work working overtime to meet monthly quotas?

Health risks are associated with living.

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That doesn’t change the fact that he won’t turn over the data to support his hockey stick theory.

That pretty much makes him nothing more than a hack who knows he published garbage.

They didn’t apologize, they won and Mann lost.

Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University, had taken exception to a joke made by Ball in a 2011 interview, that he “should be in the State Pen, not Penn State.”

He sued Ball for defamation in the British Columbia courts. The case has dragged on for eight years and, together with a separate legal action launched by Professor Andrew Weaver, leader of the British Columbia Green Party, exhausted Ball’s savings and made his retirement years a misery.

Finally, the British Columbia Supreme Court has found in Ball’s favour. As a bonus, Mann will now have to pay Ball’s court costs.

This is the second case Ball has won against vexatious climate activists masquerading as dispassionate scientists.

He won the first last year against Weaver, who objected to a piece that Ball had written called ‘Corruption of Climate Science Has Created 30 Lost Years’.

The strategy employed by Weaver and Mann is not uncommon among the climate alarmist establishment: use the threat of litigation — or actual litigation — to bully and intimidate climate sceptics into silence.

And the wise do what they can to litigate them…

The word you are struggling so mightily for there is “mitigate”.

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There you have it.
David Attenborough was brought into this.

I enjoy his documentaries but he is not a geologist or climatologist.
I think he is a victim of the “global warming” hoax as well.

David Attenborough’s an interesting guy that supports population control. :+1: also environmental conservation.

“The future of life on earth depends on our ability to take action. Many individuals are doing what they can, but real success can only come if there’s a change in our societies and our economics and in our politics. I’ve been lucky in my lifetime to see some of the greatest spectacles that the natural world has to offer. Surely we have a responsibility to leave for future generations a planet that is healthy, inhabitable by all species.”

Isn’t it a necessity, if every woman in Africa strives to have 20 babies?

It’s a good thing.
Burning of “fossil fuel” and nuclear energy are things of the past.

Which is why you should avoid crowded elevators at the International Bean Festival.

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The longer people live the more emissions they produce too.

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