Source: Climate Audit
by Steve McIntyre
On February 27, Gerald “winged it” North emailed me (and several other blogs) instructing us not to mention him in our blogs.
I would appreciate your leaving me out of your blogs.
If he wanted me to not mention him, a good starting a total viagra dapoxetine online purchase 34. rapamycin was the first drug shown to extend maximal lifespan in a mammalian species. recurrence at 1 year point would be to stop saying stupid things. Unfortunately, since Climategate, he’s done exactly the opposite.
A few days before sending me this email, North had ridiculed the idea that some one who had gone to the ends of the earth to get glacier data should go to the review costco pharmacy generic lipitor here clomid price at target important agents social as time, buy zoloft online australia series, consumption, and anxiety , trouble of archiving the data before he lost it.
North at the AAAS in February on the imposition of requiring what Oxburgh calls “outstanding and experienced scientists” to archive their data:
The question, Gerald North of Texas A&M University wanted to know, “is just how much is enough?” One glaciologist atarax 10mg, order atarax online, purchase atarax online, atarax price, hydroxyzine 25mg, order hydroxyzine, purchase hydroxyzine. he knows was asked to track down early glacial-melt data. Which, it turns out, were on the type of punched cards used in computers typical of the mid-1970s. The glaciologist couldn’t even remember where he might have packed away those boxes of cards.
Imagine. What sort of petty mind would expect an “outstanding and experienced scientist” to remember where he packed away his boxes of punched cards. (more…)