All those Global Warming alarmists are now Global Cooling Deniers (Hide the Decline)
Bring on Fred Singer, professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and director of the Science & Environmental Policy Project writing in the American Thinker. He's got it in for Michael Mann -- or "Hide the decline" Mike, as he calls him -- director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University, inventor of the so called "Hockeystick" and one of the most famous climate alarmists in the world.
What has got Singer all riled up is a recent piece written by Mann in the New York Times where he starts playing the victim about all the grief he's got for the fact his theories have all turned out to be wrong, and an accusation he made against a fellow scientist's testimony last week to Congress.
Let the fun begin. Before he gets going himself, Singer brings in Ross McKitrick, a well known scientist who long ago trashed the whole Hockeystick nonsense for what it was. Responding to Mann's New York Times op-ed, which was entitled "If you see something, say something.", McKitrick retorted:
"OK, I see a second-rate scientist carrying on like a jackass and making a public nuisance of himself." Singer plainly thinks this is far too tame: "OK, I want to say something too," he says.
"I see an ideologue, desperately trying to support a hypothesis that's been falsified by observations. While the majority of climate alarmists are trying to discover a physical reason that might just save the AGW hypothesis, Mann simply ignores the 'inconvenient truth' that the global climate has not warmed significantly for at least the past 15 years -- while emissions of greenhouse gases have surged globally." ...