Here’s one slide from a presentation he gave at right-wing Swedish think tank.
In the text he claims that that there has been almost no rise since 1986, but in his talk (at 38:00) he told the audience to ignore the red line (which shows the ten year mean) and pointed to the graph on the bottom right of just the last eight years. Presumably he meant to write that there had been no rise since 1998. I must give him points for brazenness by doing a blatant cherry pick right in front of his audience. They seemed to buy it.
I’ll go the other way. Look at the graph on the lower right and then look at it in context in the graph on the top right with the red line showing the trend. It’s clear that warming didn’t stop in 1998 and it shows just how misleading Lindzen’s cherry pick is.
(Hat tip: Thomas Palm)
Update: William Connolley comments on David Henderson’s talk at the same conference. Henderson wants an international consortium of thinktanks to produce a critique of AR4.