2006 : Steig Said That Gore Was Right About Kilimanjaro

http://www.spiegel.de/international/0,1518,427655,00.html

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7 Responses to 2006 : Steig Said That Gore Was Right About Kilimanjaro

  1. glacierman says:

    Well, that is his job isn’t it? When you work at RealClimate you are part of a propoganda machine that only exists to push an agenda. An agenda of profit from making carbon a tradable commodity.

    Realclimate.org is owned by Environmental Media Services. Who is that?

    “EMS’s founder and President was Arlie Schardt, who also served as the National Press Secretary for Al Gore’s 1988 presidential campaign, and as Gore’s Communications Director during his 2000 bid for the White House. […]”
    http://www.heartland.org/policybot/results/26444/The_Truth_about_RealClimateorg.html

    Surprising that a “scientist” they allow to post at RealClimate would give favorable reviews to Algores An Inconvenient Truth. I guess that makes them nothing more than useful idiots to the folks who stand to gain profits from the AGW scam.

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    Commodity futures involving simple farm commodities, such as corn, pork bellies, orange juice, etc. have a long history of little regulation and manipulation for the benefit of insiders. That’s all we would need for something as big as carbon futures.

  3. suyts says:

    Steig……… the poster boy for why everything about CAGW is wrong.

  4. rw says:

    Another very useful find. (Thanks again.) This fits in with (and clarifies) the observation that bona fide (i.e. credentialled) scientists in this field seem oddly complacent about extreme statements made in regard to global warming, no matter who the author is, while they wax indignant over scepticism in any form, no matter how mild.

    The attack-dog manouver is also interesting (as is the ready acceptance).

  5. Dr. Killpatient says:

    I suggest that we Americans burn more food immediately.

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