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To Be Fair, That's A Lot Of Decline To Hide

"Climategate Denier Raises Nazi Allusions, Employs Awesome CRU Tactics, Purges Arguments That Prove Him Wrong."

And no, it's not Al Gore, this time.

Related: "The Climategate Timeline: 30 years visualized" The Watt's Up With That blog notes: "Here’s a Spectacular Poster of ClimateGate covering 3 decades." They link to Australia's Joanne Nova, who writes:

You have to see this to believe it. Look up close and admire the detail while you despair at how long science has been going off the rails. To better appreciate the past and what was exposed by the CRU emails, the time-line chart consolidates and chronologically organizes the information uncovered and published about the CRU emails by many researchers along with some related contextual events. That the chart exists at all is yet another example of how skilled experts are flocking in to the skeptics position and dedicating hours of time pro bono because they are passionately motivated to fight against those who try to deceive us.

ClimateGate Timeline

Click on the image to see it enlarged, but download the full PDF to see the detail.

Download The PDF (788k)

Mohib Ebrahim has created this amazing document. I’ve created a permanent Home page for this beautiful poster that will host the latest updates of this enormous Timeline as a PDF. There are also printable versions in A4, A3, A2, US letter and US tabloid for those of you (like me) who need printed versions to scribble on, and scrawl exclamation marks.

Like I said, that a lot of decline to try to hide. Click over and read the whole post.

Update: Welcome Insta-readers! On the other side of the world, Nova's fellow Australian journalist Tim Blair examines the above linked poster and deems it "beautiful, and would make perfect wallpaper to improve dull East Anglia offices."

Perhaps documentarian Phelim McAleer, who invariably receives a warm response when asking really inconvenient questions on this topic could videotape himself delivering a copy.