Yesterday I posted about Minnesotans for Global Warming's new parody video about Climategate hockey stick scientist Michael Mann. Well, today YouTube removed the video allegedly because of a copyright claim made by JibJab. However, no JibJab animation was used for the new video, as the No Cap and Trade coalition explained in a press release. It's been reposted by Fox News and can be seen here.
The person who was most instrumental in debunking Climategate scientist Michael Mann's hockey stick chart, Steve McIntyre of Climate Audit, said last night that he did not believe his scientific misrepresentations rose to the level of fraud.
AmSpecBlog readers by now should have noticed the frequent advertisements for the Heartland Institute'sFourth International Conference on Climate Change, which begins Sunday evening and runs through Tuesday afternoon.
Virginia attorney general Kenneth Cuccinelli II has filed an exhaustive investigative request with the University of Virginia, seeking records pertaining to research grants obtained by Climategate scientist Michael Mann.
After receiving litigation threats from Climategate scientist Michael "Hockey Stick" Mann over the use of his image in the enormously popular "Hide the Decline" video, Minnesotans for Global Warming's Elmer Beauregard removed it from the group's YouTube page.
As with the whitewash we saw when Penn State University investigated Climategate scientist Michael Mann, members of a science and technology select committee within the British Parliament cleared Phil Jones, the director of the Climatic Research Unit at University of East Anglia, of wrongdoing.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute's Marlo Lewis riffs on the global warming 180-degree turn, utilizing an obscure Simon and Garfunkel tune.
As mentioned earlier, today the three-person panel appointed by Penn State University to investigate Climategate scientist Michael Mann released their findings.
The findings from Penn State University's investigation into Climategate scientist Michael Mann were due this week, and today the university announced today that one allegation warranted further scrutiny.