Thursday, May 27, 2010

Scientists decry attacks by skeptics of climate change - San Jose Mercury News
In the written version of his testimony, Santer mentioned concerns "about my own physical safety when I give public lectures."

Santer is accompanied by bodyguards at some conferences, Stephen Schneider, a prominent climate scientist with Stanford University, said earlier this month.
[Email from Ben Santer]
From: Ben Santer ... To: Subject: Re: CEI formal petition to derail EPA GHG endangerment finding with charge that destruction of CRU raw data undermines integrity of global temperature record Date: Fri, 09 Oct 2009 11:07:56 -0700
.... Next time I see Pat Michaels at a scientific meeting, I'll be tempted to beat the crap out of him. Very tempted.


Stan said...

It's called projection.

Roald A. said...

Projection, indeed. A very telling look into the soul of the man. These people actually wish to harm and / or silence their critics, and thus are unable to grasp that we do not wish to harm or silence them, but rather debate with them in the arena of ideas, in order to show beyond a shadow of a doubt which side is able to defend its position to the satisfaction of all reasonable watchers.

I should be used to this by now, but I'm continually amazed at the sheer lack of confidence the AGW crowd has in its ability to defend their underlying science. Silence us, instead of proving us wrong for all the world to see.

Baco said...

Projection, delusion, compounded with agressiveness, anxiety. Without a shadow of a doubt.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's because of some troll said in some comments that if that dingbat feel a need to beat on someone he should try on a troll instead.

They are, after all, ever so high and mighty of the import of proxies.

yours truly 1DandyTroll

Anonymous said...

He should be more worried about his reputation.