Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Email 3343, April 2007: Award-winning climate hoax communicator Gavin Schmidt suggests putting up the data "in an as-impenetrable-as-possible form"; Michael Mann agrees, saying that will "blunt the line of attack that has the greatest traction"

Email 3343

cc: Gavin Schmidt <gschmidt@giss.nasa.gov> date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 14:46:05 -0400 from: "Michael E. Mann" <mann@meteo.psu.edu> subject: [Fwd: Jones et al] to: Phil Jones <p.jones@uea.ac.uk> <x-flowed> Phil, Gavin has some good advice here, seems to reinforce the thoughts in your earlier email and Ben's suggestion as well. Probably best to put the data up in their most raw format (except for those you can't legally--in those cases give a pointer to the person involved). This will, as Gavin notes, blunt the line of attack that has the greatest traction.... Michael E. Mann .

...Frankly, I would simply put the whole CRU database (in an as-impenetrable-as-possible form) up on the web site along with a brief history of it's provenance (and the role of the NMSs) and be done with it. [Gavin Schmidt]

1 comment:

TravelerDiogenes said...

This database is, of course, the very same one that Jones lost or his dog ate it or whatever.

And this also is the same Mann who is fighting tooth and nail to keep his own work on the taxpayer dole secret from everyone except his bosom buds.