Thursday, 21 August 2014

Roy Spencer: Wikipedia Page on Propaganda Techniques Uses 97% Meme

From trust-me-I'm-a-Dr Roy Spencer.


  1. William Connolley says:
    August 21, 2014 at 1:32 AM
    You’re fast. That example was added only a few days ago. Its almost like you did it, or someone did it and then told you. No? Seems like a pretty bizarre coincidence otherwise.

  2. (I was wrong about the fast; I slipped a month in the date stamp. Nothing much else happened there. In the follow-up I said):

    William Connolley says:
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    August 22, 2014 at 1:02 PM
    > how is deleting an entry a compromise?

    I didn’t delete an entry. I deleted an example. Here’s the edit: so you can see for yourself. As to accepting compromise, I was happy to accept

    Notice that others, not at all related to me, have removed other loaded examples from the same article (,

    > From what I know about your relationship with Wikipedia

    All you know about this, you’ve got from “skeptic” blogs, which aren’t reliable. See for example