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Monte Hieb

Chief Engineer

Miners' Health Safety and Training

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West Virginia Office of Miners' Health


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A Cool Look At Global Warming » Blog Archive Take the global warming test!

www.globalosophy.com [cached]

There's a fun, 10 question test on global warming at the web site of Monte Hieb and Harrison Hieb:
Monte Hieb is chief engineer at the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training. Unfortunately this association with the coal industry will doubtless encourage the dismissal of his test out of hand by those with ad hominem tendencies!


A Cool Look At Global Warming (5)

www.globalosophy.com [cached]

There's a fun, 10 question test on global warming at the web site of Monte Hieb and Harrison Hieb:
Monte Hieb is chief engineer at the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health Safety and Training. Unfortunately this association with the coal industry will doubtless encourage the dismissal of his test out of hand by those with ad hominem tendencies!


www.globalwarmingawarenessblog.com

Below is a graph of Monte Hieb, Chief Engineer for the West Virginia Office of Miner's Safety who has done some geological survey work on fossils show that based on his research on greenhouse gases show the current results: (Click on image for a clearer, large copy)
Human addition of greenhouse gases is so minute compared to water, the main and most abundant greenhouse gas. Human added greenhouse gases are such a minute amount, that it cannot be even attributed to the trend of increase in global temperature cause by global warming. In another study, note the two graphs compiled by Monte Hieb.


seattlepi.nwsource.com

"If I am looking for an 'education' on mining engineering, I would possibly consult Monte Hieb, since he worked as chief engineer for the West Virginia Office of Miner's Safety.If I were an fossil hobbyist I would probably look at his amateur fossil website.But he is not a climate scientist, which is why he has not published any scientific papers on causes of global warming.A search through the peer-review scientific journals where all new claims are tested and confirmed by scientists specialising in the field shows no ground-breaking advances in understanding by Monte Hieb or Harrison Hieb.


What Are His Motives, Really? |

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You "checked out" the cited source, Monte Hieb, and determined his "ACTUAL facts" were correct?
And Monte Hieb is a former coal mine engineer with absolutely no scientific research credentials, no publications, peer review, or other generally accepted training relevant to climatology? You "checked out" the cited source, Monte Hieb, and determined his "ACTUAL facts" were correct? And Monte Hieb is a former coal mine engineer with absolutely no scientific research credentials, no publications, peer review, or other generally accepted training relevant to climatology? Monte Hieb is the chief engineer for the West Virginia Office of Miner's Safety...a title that has the dual effect of making him over-qualified for climate science (such as it is, and from my perspective), and, no doubt a disgraced and unworthy source from your viewpoint. I grant that ch. eng. Hieb was over-zealous when he used non-peer reviewed data to support his conclusions ie. that water vapor constitutes 95% of the greenhouse effect (GHE). Monte Hieb is the chief engineer for the West Virginia Office of Miner's Safety...a title that has the dual effect of making him over-qualified for climate science (such as it is, and from my perspective), and, no doubt a disgraced and unworthy source from your viewpoint. I grant that ch. eng. Hieb was over-zealous when he used non-peer reviewed data to support his conclusions ie. that water vapor constitutes 95% of the greenhouse effect (GHE). What I see is that the IPCC findings meet the standards of the Daubert reliability standard, while those of Hieb and others of his ilk clearly do not. Having said that, the weakness of the IPCC findings is that the conclusions are only reached to a level of "very likely", or greater than 90% certainty. That is the reason I am keeping an open mind. To call the IPCC findings "junk science", however, is completely irresponsible and in this case constitutes the pot calling the kettle black. Hieb is in no way competent as a climatology expert and he would be bounced from the courtroom in an instant. Quite frankly, his opinions would be about as credible as those of our valley's own Richard T. Moolick, mineral advocate extraordinaire, who I'd venture to guess agrees with your opinion that anthropogenic contributions to global warming is a hoax. What I see is that the IPCC findings meet the standards of the Daubert reliability standard, while those of Hieb and others of his ilk clearly do not. Having said that, the weakness of the IPCC findings is that the conclusions are only reached to a level of "very likely", or greater than 90% certainty. That is the reason I am keeping an open mind. To call the IPCC findings "junk science", however, is completely irresponsible and in this case constitutes the pot calling the kettle black. Hieb is in no way competent as a climatology expert and he would be bounced from the courtroom in an instant. Quite frankly, his opinions would be about as credible as those of our valley's own Richard T. Moolick, mineral advocate extraordinaire, who I'd venture to guess agrees with your opinion that anthropogenic contributions to global warming is a hoax.


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