Dr. Michael Mann gives a lecture on his work at the University of Rhode Island.
People send me stuff, and for that I’m always grateful, and happy to oblige posting relevant comments and content for the wide distribution WUWT now enjoys. Gary Boden writes:
I video taped Mann’s lecture at the University of Rhode Island last month and finally was able to get it converted to digital format and uploaded to Photobucket. The quality isn’t great, but not so bad considering it was shot with a handheld mini-DV camcorder from the balcony.
Here are the links to the several parts (I had to split it up for size-constraints). The lecture is in parts A – E and there are two questions and answers. The very last item (Q and A part 2) is Mann being asked to respond to Steve McIntyre’s criticisms – and Mann’s comments about Steve.
Here is the event description from URI:
September 23 — Scientific Evidence of Global Climate Change — Michael E. Mann, director, Earth System Science Center at Penn State. Click here for more information. Please Note: change of venue from Chafee 271 to Edwards Auditorium.
While Dr. Mann certainly seems committed to his work, and his work is important to many, the lack of courtesy for even basic recognition to other professionals whom have also worked equally hard is troubling. You can watch the videos (at the links below) of his entire lecture, and judge the content for yourself.
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