Cancun COP16 attendees fall for the old “dihydrogen monoxide” petition as well as signing up to cripple the U.S. Economy

Cancun COP16 attendees fall for the old “dihydrogen monoxide” petition as well as signing up to cripple the U.S. Economy. More juvenile political stunts by “CFACT students” at the UN conference in Cancun. They seem to be the same Grade 3 wits that Lord Monckton was so taken with a few days before.

Yes, random people can be tricked into signing pretty much anything. Yes, this kind of ambush passes for intellectual triumph in the denialist blogosphere.

As I said before, where’s the science here? This is desperate political dirty tricks, and Anthony’s all for it.

2 thoughts on “Cancun COP16 attendees fall for the old “dihydrogen monoxide” petition as well as signing up to cripple the U.S. Economy

  1. Sad! Do you know, that in 2008 Americans guzzled in excess
    of eight billion gallons of bottled Spring Water worth in excess of
    eleven billion dollars in retail sales. A very profitable business
    model indeed, with a massive 1000% or better markup minimum!
    Meanwhile, most cynics say that this amount of water used
    represents 99.5% bottled ordinary household tap water from the same
    source! A very handsome return on capital investment indeed! Here
    we have an article from the New York Times on this particular
    subject here
    :-http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/19/business/worldbusiness/19iht-rbogbottle.html
    Now, that is rather a lot of empty one shot single use non recycled
    plastic bottles discarded in rubbish tips across United States of
    America. I do believe one Japanese scientist by the name of Akinoro
    Ito, has invented a simple method of reprocessing all this used
    discarded waste plastic and returning back into oil as shown here
    on youtube:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGGabrorRS8. As any
    cynic would say, a sad tale of a very small number of slick
    mononeuron ersatz skeptics, truly exercising their vivid
    imagination of ignoring the realities of the real world, the rest
    of us must live in. Interesting choice, of either wasting a lot of
    valuable oil to fast filling land fill sites! Or alternatively, do
    we recover it and reuse, that is the question they choose not to
    answer. Such is life!

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