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Mann Uncertain on His Hockeystick

Michael Mann says hockey stick should not have become 'climate change icon' - Telegraph

Prof Mann, a climatologist at Pennsylvania State University, said he had always made clear there were "uncertainties" in his work.
"I always thought it was somewhat misplaced to make it a central icon of the climate change debate," he said.


It's that Mann again!

He's got some brass neck - after all the attempts to prevent disclosure of his data & "methods", to admit finally that the hockey stick has "uncertainties" is just wonderful. Ha ha ha, I "profess" to being underwhelmed.

I trust a full apology and corrections will be issued by the IPCC very soon.

Classic! What Ed P says.

So, he "always" had doubts? Well, considering when he published it he had been a Ph.D. for only a few months (and not in "climate science"), perhaps he did worry about defending it - but when (prior to late 2009) did he ever express those doubts?

The final Mann report from Penn State is due tomorrow. Let's see what it says. I predict he's completely cleared.

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