International Journal of Inactivism (now supplanted by Decoding SwiftHack)

2010/01/19

Is Coleman v. Gore still dead? — part deux

Filed under: Heartland Institute,John Coleman — stepanovich @ 15:49

[cite as: S. Stepanovich. Is Coleman v. Gore still dead? — part deux. Intl. J. Inact., 3:4]

Oh no, oh no… according to the Heartland Institute, renowned TV weatherman John Coleman has come up with a special report showing that the US government’s temperature measurements are a complete scam! [cached]

According to the special report, the U.S. government’s two primary climate centers – the National Climatic Data Center and NASA’s Goddard Institute (GISS) – dropped from their climate network weather observation centers that showed little or no recent warming. As a result, greater weight is now given to stations showing anomalous warming, often due to non-climate factors such as growth in urban heat islands and poor siting conditions.

Other features in the special report:

  • details of John Coleman’s lawsuit against Al Gore which has been imminent since March 2008;
  • a clarification on whether John Coleman is going to sue the NCDC and NASA GISS, in addition to suing Al Gore;
  • whether NCDC and GISS are both part of Al Gore’s Global Warming Pork-Barrel Conspiracy;
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2 Comments »

  1. While mixing science and courts together is usually not a good idea, getting sued by these clowns would probably be useful. Gore has the cash for it, and some bad publicity for the deniers would be nice – much better then suing for libel and being accused of censorship regardless of the outcome.

    Till then, we can at least taunt them :)

    Comment by hidden — 2010/01/20 @ 04:08 | Reply

  2. that’s why they won’t sue, hidden.

    The claims of suing are simply PR. They’ve learned that you can get heard on news programs by announcing you will sue someone, without having to actually follow through with it. See the John Coleman video on youtube:

    Comment by blob — 2010/02/14 @ 12:59 | Reply


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