Earlier I wrote about Khilyuk and Chilingar
their mistake is so large and so obvious that anyone who cites them either has no clue about climate science or doesn’t care whether what they write is true or not.
So who has discredited themselves by citing them?
- Robert M. Carter, C. R. de Freitas, Indur M. Goklany, David Holland and Richard S. Lindzen
- Ron Bailey
- The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley
- Andrew Bolt
- Tim Blair
- The Idsos
- Pat Michaels
Pat Michaels went way beyond merely citing them, writing over a thousand words about how it was peer-reviewed and how the authors were from USC and how it was a good journal and producing a description that carefully danced around the gaping hole in Khilyuk and Chilingar’s argument.
And who has retrieved some credibility with a retraction?
- None of the above.