Denier.And yes, for the record, even if he doesn't own up to it, before he edited #331, mynym ended the post with a proposal [in a pretty close paraphrase]: "How about assassinating the Rockefeller and Rothschild banking familes? Just kidding. Due process, don't you know."
This is where this thread is at. No doubt he will claim this is some kind of "a satire", but the implication is that he believes the actions of a few wealthy individuals are more relavent to the climate debate than the aggregate behaviors of populations and economies.
Those that monetized fossil fuels in the first place are generally distorting the entire world economy and the ecology that it exists in. If they flowed their paper ponzi in the opposite direction and used their ability to create money/debt out of nothing and so forth with their peasants in mind at a local level then that would "reduce emissions." As it is they're generally just looting their peasant's wealth along with the rest of the planet and only seem interested in science to the extent that their lackey scientists are working within a paradigm owned by bankers. That's probably why corporate/government scientists usually look suspiciously like the old "save civilization" eugenics movement that the banksters produced and not people that are actually trying to help anyone or other life forms. Darwinism and all that, don't you know... and yet you blame the peasants for looking at government/corporate scientists out to "save civilization" again with suspicion?
Who gets sacrificed? The peasants, apparently. Or the little old lady that can't pay her heating bill as the "sky scrapers" of banksters and psychopaths rise in the background only to mysteriously fall at free fall speeds later in accordance with their rituals. The Cremation of Care or any other holocausts/sacrifices of the elite and everything else they do doesn't create global warming or climate change at all, either. No, it's probably all the fault of the "aggregate behavior" of the little old lady that already froze to death.