Re: In Defense of Carbon Dioxide
Posted: Tue May 14, 2013 7:50 pm
The video wasn't for you. Some things exist outside your knowledge base. That's ok.AndyH wrote:
Let's try again, Jim, nothing personal. Why should I listen to Ridley - what is it about him, his background, the information he imparts, or his published science that I should add to my knowledge base? I base my opinion on the facts, not the other way around. Since I've learned the hard way that bad information is worse than no information, I would like to know why you think Mr. Ridley's message is important.
The number of comments or 'thumbs up' on the YouTube queue tells me absolutely nothing about the validity of the information.
You are welcome!