2011-09-12 10:48:05Witch hunt again
muoncounter
Dan Friedman
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See Rabett and/or Joe Romm.

 

Climate researchers are in need of immediate legal assistance to prevent their private correspondence from being exposed to Chris Horner and the American Tradition Institute who are using Freedom of Information (FOI) to harass researchers.

 

These guys suck big time.

2011-09-12 10:53:36Where's
John Hartz
John Hartz
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George Soros when we need him?

On a serious note, the ATI probably has an unlimited budget thanks to the Koch brothers and their cronies.

2011-09-12 11:06:18Bastardis
muoncounter
Dan Friedman
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That should be the Italian pronounciation of the obvious epithet.  But Joe B is one of their 'advisors;' the other is a retired USAF weatherman with a Masters in Theology.

 

Here is the level of their science: "It’s carbon dioxide, not carbon, and there’s a big difference," Chesser said. "Humans and animals exhale the former, and plants love it, but environmental extremists demonize it. They love to confuse the issue by calling it carbon to create an image of black particulates emitting from smokestacks, when in fact the alleged global warming ‘pollutant’ we talk about is a colorless, odorless and harmless gas."

2011-09-12 11:06:19
nealjking

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They don't have to out-spend ATI, just hold up their own end.

2011-09-12 11:09:04
adelady

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According to Scott Mandia's blog they're initially looking for $10000, they had $2000 before my paltry contribution.     They seem to have a sinking feeling that they'll need more than the initial $10k as time goes on, but you have to start somewhere.

2011-09-12 18:12:39
Paul D

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There are plenty of 'green' businesses with money.

2011-09-12 19:06:37
nealjking

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I'm contributing by check (since I can't get PayPal to work for me in Germany with a US bank).

I think this is important in the way that supporting the politics around AGW is important. We can't rely on corporations, of any stripe, to look out for us.