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Topic: Justin Beiber on Climate Science
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Tom Potter

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Re: Justin Beiber on Climate Science
Posted: Oct 2, 2013 10:33 AM
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"Lord Androcles" <71stPigeonHole6thFloor@Rochester.castle> wrote in message
news:gPT2u.4622$xw3.989@fx26.am4...
>
>
> "Tom Potter" wrote in message news:LDT2u.8304$K71.6110@fx21.iad...
> Is it best to perform correlations
> using the best measured data,
>
> and to debate personal and public policy
> using the data and the correlations,
>
> or is it best to just go with the opinions of
> Justin Beiber, Obama, Feynman, Einstein, Wormley or Potter?
>
> Personally, my opinion is
> that if Potter says it
> you can take it to the bank.
>
> --
> Tom Potter
> =====================================================
> Yeah, the river bank and chuck it in.
> -- Lord Androcles, Zeroth Earl of Medway


All I've got to say is:
Androcles

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