I try to remain humble, but I have to be honest, in the universe of climate-denying jackass crackpots, I can’t be beaten. I amaze myself, really. This time, in a blatant violation of Wikipedia’s conflict of interest policy, I edited the Wikipedia article about me.
Using the IP address 220.127.116.11, I dropped a pile of my bullshit about my crackpot theory about the surface temperature on Venus. And let me make this absolutely clear: I was sure to include the following citation right into the article: “Update by Tony Heller (aka Steve Goddard).” And can you believe my edit was reversed for not having proper citation? WTF? I’m Tony Fucking Heller! Don’t people realize this is my article and I am my own citation! I basically pioneered the idea that temperatures on Venus are hot not because of greenhouse gases but because of high pressure. My theory hasn’t even been published in a scientific journal yet and they expect a citation? Clearly we are dealing with world class moron editors at Wikipedia. This was so outrageous, I had to let the world know about this injustice immediately:
It’s very important to note that my edits were reversed within five minutes of making them. I think there can now be little doubt that the NSA, under a directive from Obama himself, has me in their sights and they are watching everything I do. If my blog disappears tomorrow, you’ll know why. Please, if you can offer me server space offshore, let me know. The truth must continue to be told!
I corrected some mistakes in a @Wikipedia article about me this morning, and the corrections were removed within five minutes. Slimeballs.—
Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) March 09, 2015
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