On Deltoid, Tim Lambert reports that Wolfgang Wagner, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Remote Sensing, has taken personal responsibility for the publication of a "problematic" paper and resigned his role. Wagner writes, "With this step I would also like to personally protest against how the authors and like-minded climate sceptics have much exaggerated the paper's conclusions," in stories such as "New NASA data blow gaping hole in global warming alarmism" (published by Forbes) and "Does NASA data show global warming lost in space?" (published by Fox News). On Class M, James Hrynyshyn asks "Wouldn't it be great if everyone was as good at admitting their mistakes?" Here's hoping that Wagner's move can reduce or reverse public misconceptions arising from promotion of the paper.
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I admire Wagner's decision, but the sad thing is it will be used as "more evidence of the global warming conspiracy's power to inflict terrible punishments on anyone who questions the conspiracy". The article THEY didn't want you to see!
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