Sunday, February 12, 2012

Hammer

Now the IPCC has been very soft on those trying to muck up the AR5 drafting process, and Eli has been a bad bunny, but they do have a way of controlling the rabble, simply ignore any material submitted by those who ignore their confidentiality policy.

Yes, there are ways around that, e.g. have someone else submit in your name, Nigel Persaud for example might come out of retirement, but do you really think Steve could resist commenting on that.

Who needs twitter when you have a blog?

5 comments:

J Bowers said...

There's no issue. It's clear as day in the IPCC procedures that reviewers keep drafts confidential. All the usual nonsensical manufactroversy to excuse bad behaviour.

Anonymous said...

Is there a list of the people who have downloaded that somewhere? Well, it doesn't matter (for me anyway). The thing with hammers is the nails should be used to attach something, but if there's nothing to attach, it kinda loses its sense.

Oale said...

At least the denialati should go quieter now for since it's quite laborious to form coherent arguments against some minor aspects of regional climate prediction. (irony intended)

willard said...

If Nigel Persaud is too busy, there is always Stephen McIntyre:

http://climateaudit.org/2010/02/26/mcintyre-submission-with-figures/#comment-224571

selena gomez said...

there is not issue.