Source: Washington Examiner
Dear Professor Schneider,
I am writing in regards to your recently published paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, titled ‘Expert Credibility in Climate Change.’
I would like to start by asking you if your previously held opinions on global temperatures, which you have since discarded, should be used to disqualify you from current or future work or discussion regarding climate change. If not, why do you libel Roger Pielke Sr. as a skeptic based on his signature to a petition in 1992?
Second, I would like to know how you could associate your name and reputation with a paper with so many errors of data. Are you aware of the mistakes regarding the backgrounds, employment and specializations of the scientists on the lists used for your paper? What quality control measures did you use that could get Willam Happer’s field of specialization wrong? Do you stand by the integrity of the data used in your paper? (more…)