2011-01-23 08:35:52The ClimateGate Secret Meeting & the Medievel Wam Period
John Hartz
John Hartz

One of my blogging nemeses cut & paste a blog posted on Ecotretas (link follows) in response to my posting referencing "Medieval Warm Period: Rhetoric vs Science” by Robert Way, Skeptical Science, Aug 23, 2010


Is there anything in this blog this requires rebutting and/or the updating of Wray's rebuttal?

2011-01-23 09:57:15


If this was a secret meeting, why would it be posted in a public calendar of events at Lisbon?



Why would it be publicly announced in advance?

Event Profile

The Medieval Warm Period Redux is one of the most well known conferences in Portugal. The event will tell us about the latest modeling results and possible forcing mechanisms affecting the environment. This occasion will also highlight the changes in ocean basin tropical cyclone activity. Participants will get an opportunity to analyze the key regional patterns of climatic anomalies and how they compare with 20th century patterns. The main aim of the event is to comprehend the Earth’s precedent surroundings in sort to build forecasts for the prospect. It will support international and interdisciplinary associations and seek to engross scientists from developing countries in the worldwide paleo-community. The conference, will include a wide assortment of presentations, practical seminars and panel sessions to bestow helpful information about the latest developments and advances in mine tailings and environment management. Chief executives from mining companies, prominent tailings consultants, academicians and major suppliers will partake in the conference to discuss the most challenging issues within the industry.

Visitor Profile

The visitors at The Medieval Warm Period Redux would include:
  • Academicians
  • Researchers
  • Professionals
  • Environment Managers
  • CEOs
  • Government Representative
  • Business Development Managers
  • Managing Directors



2011-01-23 10:41:54


yeah, the secret meeting ...

How can you rebut innuendo?

2011-01-23 11:10:40Neal King
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John Hartz

Muchos garcias!