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Tony Heller’s Site

January 3, 2019

By Paul Homewood

 

Just a quick note about Tony Heller’s site, which some of you have been getting error messages about.

Tony has emailed me to say:

“The server disk was full, and they moved it over to a new server, thanks.”

So I assume everything is back to normal!

5 Comments
  1. Don B permalink
    January 3, 2019 1:57 pm

    Tony Heller’s site:

    https://realclimatescience.com/

    The site may have had a surge in interest because Scott Adams’ podcasted and tweeted that a video by Heller was one of the best for showing a skeptic’s position.

    In addition, Heller has started a series of videos which explain the errors and misstatements in the recently released US National Climate Assessment. Part 3:

    https://realclimatescience.com/2019/01/new-video-fraud-in-the-national-climate-assessment-part-3/

  2. Joe Public permalink
    January 3, 2019 2:00 pm

    Tony’s blog ….

    https://realclimatescience.com

    … and his Twitter page:

    https://twitter.com/search?q=%40SteveSGoddard&src=typd

  3. January 4, 2019 2:38 am

    Paul,

    Thanks for the update – it was down a couple of days a ago but it’s back now and better than ever!

  4. RAH permalink
    January 4, 2019 3:56 am

    One would think that a server would put out a warning that disk space was getting low just like a PC does before it gets to the level of denying access. Not that I’m any kind of computer geek but it’s just common sense to provide your customers uninterrupted service.

    • dave permalink
      January 4, 2019 9:30 am

      I once read a science-fiction story of a future in which extremely aged bodies were kept alive by robots and hooked up to machines which fed artificial experiences into their brains. Although the number of “story lines” was immense it got to the point for one of these people that he was going insane with the repetition. In a brief moment between experiences while he is awake he presses a suicide button. All that happens is that a red light blinks in the control room and a robot is sent to change the “server.”

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