February 12, 2019
Messiah pwns NASA on Climate Change Theory on NASA Twitter page
Jesus Christ is alive and well, and says man-made climate change is a hoax.
Mukesh Prasad, a resident of Englewood, Colorado, a US citizen born in India, claims to be the prophesied Second Coming of Christ – and has issued an open challenge to NASA to debate the physics of climate change.
Over the previous week, he posted several comments on NASA's Twitter page taking down the theory of manmade CO2 caused climate change. He explained the theory from James Hansen was erroneous because Hansen clearly didn't understand the equation he was using, and was unaware of other very important physics. When the data started differing from the theory, Hansen propagated the idea that when theory and data conflict, data should be thrown away - thus basically reversing the entire scientific method within NASA.
He explains "As a result, NASA organizations such as NOAA and GISS started misusing the standard and valid practice of 'filtering' data, by using 'filters' that turned all data into warming." In a comment on NASA's tweets, he writes "Then he [Hansen] led you into falsifying data. (Let's call a spade a spade.) Time to reverse course, stop falsifying data, NASA."
There was mostly utter silence on the NASA TwitterVerse - normally the NASA twitter page has decently high activity.
NASA Tweeted "This time, when we go to the moon, we will stay." Mukesh Prasad responded "And good riddance [smiley] Do NOT start a climate change fraud scheme out there."
This was greeted by stunned silence, except that one Twitter user who apparently hadn't seen the earlier comments, responded with an astonished "What".
Mukesh summarized his earlier takedown of NASA over climate change and put it in a URL, and responded "Here you go: ."
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