Steve Goddard Deletes His Embarrasingly Wrong Post on Melting Glacier, Offers No Retraction

My name is Tony Heller (aka Steven Goddard). I’m a professional climate change denier and I use this blog to blow the whistle on myself and sometimes others, too.

This is a quick update to my post yesterday wherein I exposed my massive incompetence at interpreting satellite images and proceeded to call the Washington Post fraudsters based on my embarrassingly wrong analysis.

I just want to go on the record as saying that I’ve deleted the post now. I haven’t offered any retraction because I care not a whit about scientific integrity because I have none. The good news is I have screen captures of the article so anyone wishing to learn more about how to be a good climate denier can learn from a pro. Enjoy!

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One thought on “Steve Goddard Deletes His Embarrasingly Wrong Post on Melting Glacier, Offers No Retraction

  1. Good job! The best way to deal with massive incompetence is to not admit it by making any retractions. Simply try to delete all evidence of it and pretend it never happened, all the while hoping that people have short memories. The other side of that coin is to keep making up non-scientific bullshit and repeat it so many times that you can then declare it’s the truth because it has been repeated so many times. You are good at what you do, Tony, and you belong in the Denier Hall of Fame.

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