Climate scientist Michael Mann sues over comparison to child molester!


Controversial climate scientist Michael Mann, who helped raise global warming’s profile by representing temperatures as a rapidly escalating “hockey stick,” has filed a defamation lawsuit against skeptics at the National Review and the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Mann said statements by the two organizations that compared him to convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky were offensive and defamatory, and called them the latest in a series of attacks he and other climate scientists have faced.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/science/2012/10/23/climate-scientist-michael-mann-sues-over-comparison-to-child-molester/#ixzz2AAJNOWT0

My Take: This man is serious and accurate concerning global warming. It’s very real and it will destroy mankind and all he has built. It’s unfortunate that the vast majority of the ‘reading audience’ can just barely read. A case in point – this article about how scientists in Italy are going to jail for failing to predict earthquakes! You have got to be jacking me!

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