Thursday, January 20, 2011

Google search too hard for Crikey "journalist" Jeremy Sear

Yesterday I noted that PP boy Dave Gaukroger had erred in not questioning ABC science reporter Robyn Williams' incorrect admission – under pressure – that global warming could produce a 100 metre sea level rise – "there isn't enough water on Earth to raise sea level by 100 metres."

Gaukroger's Pure Poison partner Jeremy Sear today researched the possibility of a 100 metre sea level rise by posting this in the Pure Poison comments thread:
[Andrew] Bolt doesn’t make this point, but is there actually enough water on Earth to raise global sea levels by 100 metres?
Hey Jeremy, try Google rather than getting Pure Poison's commenters to do your research for you.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wally not only reads your blog, but cribs questions from it too. lol

7:31 PM  
Anonymous gob, smacked said...

This is spectacular. The shameless greed and stunning stupidity of the green/left on full display:

"Now, I’m no accountant..."

No, really?!

It's pretty obvious that Jeremy and friends are simply lazy, greedy, jealous aged-out adolescents who wouldn't score a job as anything in the real world, so all they can do is snipe from the sidelines.

A-ma-zing. Even the self-proclaimed accountant in comments claims that a donation of $50 is 0.8% of a net income of $61,232.

Read the whole thing, you'll be astounded. This is how the people who think they have more right to our income than we do think.

3:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The distinction between the various types of profit in some of those sources is not immediately clear to me; also, many have full figures for 2009 but only half figures for what appears to have been a much more profitable 2010, so with some I’ve halved the 2009 result and added it to the first half 2010 result."


They don't even know what they're talking about. But they know - KNOW! - that Big Industry is allowed to keep too much of the money they make. SO THERE.

3:54 PM  

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