Heh, it seems it touched a sensitive spot. Tom Nelson pretty much nails this one. In response to a tweet made today by self admitted document thief Peter Gleick where he promotes this story:
I made this response which Tom Nelson picked up on.
Peter Gleick: Stop “attacking” me by reminding people about that incident last year when I was caught stealing documents (and almost certainly forging another one)
Watts Up With That @wattsupwiththat
@PeterGleick for your next trick, “how to fool people using document theft”
Gleick responds: @wattsupwiththat Ah, YOUR standard trick: when you can’t respond to the science, attack and insult the scientists. Classy.
March 14, 2012 – A computer analysis of the “climate strategy memo” at the heart of the widely publicized global warming scandal called “Fakegate” concludes disgraced climate scientist Peter Gleick, president of the Pacific Institute, is the most likely author.
Les Johnson adds a dose of reality:
- Peter Gleick: This may be the stupidest of your many stupid #climate posts (tallbloke.wordpress.com)
- Not a Joke: Disgraced Thief Peter Gleick Poses for ‘Lifetime Achievement’ Award (fakegate.org)
- Is Jerry Brown Coming After Peter Gleick’s Shotgun? (stevengoddard.wordpress.com)