The emerging scientific consensus on the SwiftHack emails: get real, denialists

And of course the emails never have and never will impact the scientific basis of the reality of anthropogenic warming.

[h/t to DeSmogBlog for the IPCC statement]

[UPDATE: Via the comments, for more, see SwiftHack.com and CP under the "Hackergate" tag.]

[LATE UPDATE: More added as they come.]

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11 responses to “The emerging scientific consensus on the SwiftHack emails: get real, denialists

  1. Thanks for this. I wanted to make sure you knew that I’m collecting statements and links over at http://swifthack.com as well.

  2. There have been a number of other public statements on the issue, today, including several at Copenhagen (IPCC’s Pachauri will address it specifically in his speech tomorrow), and just now by Lisa Jackson in the Finding press conference. See Climate Progress.

  3. Jarraud’s (WMO) response to Webster and Revkin questions at about the 10 minute mark of this session:

    http://www3.cop15.meta-fusion.com/kongresse/cop15/templ/play.php?id_kongressmain=1&theme=cop15&id_kongresssession=2318

  4. There are two broad categories of response to this puffed-up issue. Instant outrage and rational analysis.

    The first category was naturally out of the gate fastest, trying to occupy as much mind-space as possible.

    The second category is now dissecting the various claims and assertions, finding that they are all evaporating when exposed to sunlight.

    Guess which response will ultimately prove more satisfying to hold?

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  6. It’s amusing and nice to see Little Green Footballs be so onside with this issue.

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/tag/Global+Warming

    Everyone, keep in mind that we need to do our own extensive writeups on this issue, and link like mad to reliable sources, so that reasonable people are more likely to find the good sources.

    I’ve read the Pew review (LOL) and it is quite good, but I will still be posting my own posts linking various sources together. The more we all do this, the harder it is for the truth to be missed.

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