Welcome to the Schizophrenic Cherry Picking World of the Climate Denier

Truth is my first victim.
Truth is my first victim.

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.

Earlier this month, I talked about one of my favorite cherry picks, the cherry blossom pick. Today, we are going to talk about one of the dangers of the cherry pick which is that the evidence you use today can be used against you tomorrow. That’s because over the short-term, climate change indicators can fluctuate all over the place and a short-term trend in one direction can quickly trend to the other direction.
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Settled Science: Climate Change Bullying on the Rise

Leave us deniers alone!
Leave us deniers alone!

My name is Tony Heller (aka Steve Goddard). I’m a professional climate denier and I’m using this blog as an outlet to blow the whistle on myself.

In our debates over climate change, we can get very passionate. This is a good thing. However, sometimes we can get a little carried away and deniers like us often forget that the words we use can be hurtful to others. So I want to remind everyone to insult your alarmist opponents as much as possible. Not only is it fun—as conservative personality Mark Steyn and world-famous denier Anthony Watts demonstrate—but your audience will appreciate it. And be sure to check out my own insult work here.

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Climate Denier Tip: Cherry Blossom Pick Your Way to Success

Cherry pick like a pro with my patented cherry blossom pick technique!
Cherry pick like a pro with my patented cherry blossom pick technique!

If you follow me to any degree, you know I love to cherry pick data. It’s the oldest trick in the book for fooling the legions of dupes who happen by my blog or Twitter feed. In this post, I’ll show you the art of what I call the “cherry blossom” pick. Read on to learn. Continue reading

Reinvigorating the Scientific Debate Over Climate Change with Race Baiting

Would you let this man manipulate your data?
Would you let this man manipulate your data?

Climate deniers like me have basically lost the science debate. And journalists (as least the decent ones) and other sane people have pretty much learned to ignore us. Who listens to arcane debates about science anyway? Well, I’ve discovered a great new way to reinvigorate those flagging Twitter follower numbers and website hits with the tried and true strategy of race baiting.

Sure, scoff at me if you want, but race baiting is a great way to drive angry, uneducated people to our social media properties where we can then ply them with bad science and crackpot conspiracy theories about Obama and his plot to corrupt the world’s scientific community in order to turn the world socialist. Everybody knows that nothing gets you more attention than stirring up shit with controversial statements about race in America. So why not give it a shot and see how it works for you? Except for your credibility and coming across like a complete sociopath, what have you got to lose?

Here’s a recent post to my climate change blog, “Real Science,” that you might learn from: Farrakhan Calls For Terrorism To Kill White People And Destroy The US.

And here’s a few example tweets, too. Feel free to improvise and experiment!








You Can Learn a Lot from a Climate Denying Sociopath Like Steven Goddard (aka Tony Heller)

Climate denying sociopaths have declared war on science, will you step up your game?
Climate denying sociopaths have declared war on science, will you step up your game?
I’m going to tell you what others won’t: it’s time you global warmists stop being so mealy mouthed and take the gloves off. It’s 2014, haven’t you realized yet that we live in a crowded information environment? If you want to get people’s attention these days, you can’t just grab people by the balls, you’ve got to yank them right off.

Take it from me. I’ve been in the climate denier business for six years now. I’d say I’ve learned a thing or two along the way about pushing an agenda.

Now, tell me honestly, do you really think keeping calm and carrying on with your dull and complicated data-driven arguments is a great way to drive public opinion? Really? Well, I can tell with 100% certainty that with that approach it’ll be far too late to get people concerned enough in time to do anything about the rise in CO2 levels.

No, you need to take a more radical approach. Ratchet it up. Push all the emotional buttons to whip your base into a frenzy. Human civilization is at stake here. Start acting like it!

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