Klimaforskning - hjemmeside
Startet av Telehiv, januar 31, 2013, 13:43:48 PM
SitatBonus: Funding of RealClimate.ORGA reader has asked me by e-mail who funds RealClimate.ORG. Well, it is not so difficult to find out. Just search for the registration information of RealClimate.ORG at WhoIs.NET and you will find out that RealClimate.ORG is run by Environmental Media Services and by Betsy Ensley.EMS is primarily an organization to pay for junk science about food and beverages, often hired by food companies to damage their competitors; click the link in the previous sentence to learn more.RealClimate.ORG has several sisters founded by the same Betsy Ensley, including WomenAgainstBush.ORG and BushGreenWatch.ORG. When Ensley was campaigning against Ashcroft, her secretary was Kalee Kreider who is now Al Gore's spokesperson. Al Gore's former press secretary, Arlie Schardt, is on the EMS's board of directors, too.It's explained in one of the previous links that EMS also owns Fenton Communications, a group providing various "progressive" non-profit organizations with many services. They are best known for their representation of MoveOn.ORG. Fenton also organized the initial press release promoting RealClimate.ORG, a move that was most likely sparked by an immediate attempt to counter the influence of "State of Fear" by Michael Crichton.
SitatSkiphil says: January 30, 2013 at 8:21 pmAll one needs to know about Connolley is described at Wikipedia, under his species namesake, the Stoat: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoat? [excerpts] It is listed among the 100 "world's worst invasive species" The stoat has large anal scent glands .... When attacked or aggressive, the stoat excretes the contents of its anal glands, producing a strong, musky odour produced by several sulphuric compounds, which is distinct from that of least weasels. Stoats are not monogamous, with litters often being of mixed paternity The stoat is an opportunistic predator, which moves rapidly and checks every available burrow or crevice for food. The stoat is a usually silent animal, but can produce a range of sounds similar to those of the least weasel. Kits produce a fine chirping noise. Adults trill excitedly before mating, and indicate submission through quiet trilling, whining and squealing. When nervous, the stoat hisses, and will intersperse this with sharp barks or shrieks and prolonged screeching when aggressive. Aggressive behaviour in stoats is categorised in these forms: Noncontact approach, which is sometimes accompanied by a threat display and vocalisation from the approached animal Forward thrust, accompanied by a sharp shriek, which is usually done by stoats defending a nest or retreat site Nest occupation, when a stoat appropriates the nesting site of a weaker individual Kleptoparasitism, in which a dominant stoat appropriates the kill of a weaker one, usually after a fight Submissive stoats express their status by avoiding higher-ranking animals, fleeing from them or making whining or squealing sounds...