Imagine a scenario where you believe a lack of public understanding about a critically important scientific issue is impeding progress on solving the issue. Since many common people communicate through social media, you’d welcome inquiries and constructive criticism from myriad Twitter users because this would allow you to not only solidify the soundness of your position to a much wider audience. You would further use it as a fabulous platform helping you to demonstrate your complete openness to educating the masses, wouldn’t you?
As I demonstrate below, Dr Michael Mann and some other entertaining folks don’t exactly agree, when it comes to man-caused global warming. Share your experiences in the comments section.

What crime prompted that? Either this one

You feel a need to trash @HeartlandInst ‘s book because its chapter 1 eviscerates the 97% consensus, yes?

… or this reply to one of his supporters:

When you deliberately leave out half the science – the skeptic side – and validate this via a logical fallacy, it looks like agenda-pushing.

This was after I saw his tweet about a news story of his efforts to recycle a booklet from skeptics of man-caused global warming …. which has its first chapter thoroughly disputing the exact point he made in his tweet. Szydlowski is not especially famous, but his act of blocking me embodies one of the fatal faults crippling the Al Gore side of this issue.

My crime? Apparently suggesting ….

Your video seems to indicate you are totally unaware of the depth of material from skeptic #climate scientists

… and/or replying to one of her supporters praising her for her communications skills …

An excellent lesson in communication failure: repeat left-wing talking points on economics and assume your audience doesn’t catch them

I’d never heard of Debbie Dooley before, she is described as a founder of the Tea Party movement. But upon learning of her pro-solar position via a far-left enviro-activist site, I was perplexed that an alleged right-wing person was apparently regurgitating an utterly misperceived psychological premise from the far-left on how to persuade right-wingers into action against global warming. Ms Dooley’s comeback of an absolutely unsupportable far-left talking point accusation prompted me to write a May 11, 2017 blog post right here. No doubt her inability to support her tweet accusation in the subsequent Twitter joust I had with her sealed the deal on her decision to block me.

Could be this one did the trick …..

… it’s the NewsHour … fleeing from questions

… but it took quite a while to take effect. Hari Sreenivasan is currently one of the two most famous ‘celebrities’ blocking me, he is a senior correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and anchor of their Newshour Weekend program. Back in 2013, he admitted being a sucker to reply to me, and he later threatened to block me, but didn’t apparently follow through with that since he tweeted directly back to me a year later with this gem: “… good luck to you. Each time I engage, you make me regret it.” Between that date and December 2016, he blocked me. Notice how the climate scientist Andrew Dessler came to his defense right after me here. Dr Dessler’s name will come up again shortly below.

I was blocked within mere moments of tweeting this:

Case study of #HowYouKnowTheyreLosing was necessity to push ‘vast industry-corrupted skeptics’ smear 20+ yrs ago

Dr Michael Mann, the internationally recognized climate scientist, is the second-most famous person blocking me from a Twitter account. I knew of William Briggs’ “Blocked by Mann Club” about a year earlier, but wasn’t tempted to try out the instant block feature until seeing Dr Mann’s tweet about a “fossil fuel group attacking” him. One could guess that either Dr Mann employs staffers to screen out such tweets, or his Twitter account has a screening program doing that.

Once again, pointing out a person who is unwilling to permit dissenting viewpoints is a crime:

Forbidding tough comments at your newest blog? Not to worry, here’s a screencapture.

A bigger readable version of the deleted comment I screencaptured is forever preserved at an archive version of her post that I created. (Interesting how she chose to immediately delete that one, but readily accepted the one by Lubos Motl which is still there to this day, albeit in an altered form minus the web link he long ago placed there). If my tweet about my deleted comment isn’t what prompted her to block me, this one probably caused it:

Oops, forgot to ask if you’d checked what the latest temperature in Resolute is.

The backstory here is that a Schatzie’s Earth May 2015 blog post concluded with a long list of prominent skeptics of man-caused global warming — with my name in that bunch — labeled as “murderers” of a pair of Arctic explorers. My tweet link for the nearest weather station no longer functions properly, but records show what the temperatures were in the area nearest to where the two explorers were lost during “unseasonably high temperatures.” It was below freezing. My heartfelt condolences to…