It pays to not believe everything you read. This applies to all information. However, when the information is either confirmed by reliable reporting or, as in this case, proven to be wrong, the reader can make a sensible assessment.
The fact that blatant lies, including pathetic ones such as revealed here, are offered in order to support the AGW fallacies, should make most people sit back and think. Hopefully to keep reading with an open mind rather than accept being brainwashed.
In a hilarious claim, Gleick proves once again his genius label is eclipsed by his own dogma.
A couple of days ago I got pulled into the Twitter feed of Dr. Peter Gleick, we’ll get to that shortly. You know him, he’s the guy from the Pacific Institute who posed as a board member for Heartland so he could steal documents. The plan was so badly conceived that it quickly unraveled, partly because of a ridiculous fake document that many say Gleick authored to get the media interested in the story of what he found. But, it was laughably transparent, and Gleick’s tendentious forgery was characterized by Megan McArdle of the Atlantic as reading “like it was written from the secret villain lair in a Batman comic. By an intern.”
One of the things I dislike about Dr. Peter Gleick (besides the fact that he’s a thief) is his…
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