Climategate: The Shaming of "Scientific American"
Pity Scientific American. Little did the magazine's editors know when putting together their February issue that their boneheaded article Negating "Climategate": Copenhagen Talks and Climate Science Survive Stolen E-Mail Controversy now reads as if it were written by David Biello somewhere around 1993. Oh, well, back when this nonsense was written (December?) some people still believed the Himalayan glaciers were about to disappear, not to mention the Amazonian rainforests. Nor did we know that not just the East Anglia CRU, but also our own NASA had been playing fast and loose with AGW temperature facts, for some reason needing a FOIA to cough up data that should be public record in such a scientific endeavor. The poor editors of SA are taking a drubbing in the comments, which they richly deserve.
UPDATE: Meanwhile, Bin Laden is apparently jumping on the "global warming bandwagon." I think we should give him an Oscar!