Re: [asa] Bacterial Gene May Affect Climate And Weather

From: PvM <>
Date: Sat Feb 17 2007 - 20:05:41 EST

I am telling you Janice. You are the one reproducing this scientific
nonsense. Take some responsibility for what you decide to share with
us, or realize that your contributions may be significantly fisked for
inaccuracies, incompetencies and more.
Sure, models can suffer from immense problems hence the significant
effort on global models which have researched these potential effects
and found them to be hardly as disastrous as 'predicted'.
May I ask you a question: Given your present attempt to distance
yourself from the remarks you posted, can we safely presume that much
of anything you post may not necessarily supported by you? If so,
would it be possible for you to indicate what postings you consider to
be supported by you and which ones are just 'shared' with us for
Remember that by repeating what others claim, we may give the
impression that we are in fact supporting these arguments and
conclusions and that the result may very well have some negative
effects on science and faith?
It took me no more than 30 minutes to establish the scientific vacuity
of the posting to which I responded. YMMV

In Christ

On 2/17/07, Janice Matchett <> wrote:
> At 07:37 PM 2/17/2007, PvM wrote:
> "..This is based on an inaccurate understanding of science. First of all ,
> notice how these models..." - Pim
> @ Go tell him that. You can find him here:
> "...By the way, I work intimately with supercomputer modeling and the
> results of such computations. Believe me when I say that even very well
> understood physical models are subject to huge errors when it comes to
> comparison of the outputs of these runs with real world data and inputs.
> We're often stymied as to what is going on because our models didn't suggest
> things we actually see in or simple, well measured, lab situations.
> 16 posted on 02/17/2007 5:02:45 PM EST by AFPhys
> ~ Janice

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