Some time ago, Steve McIntyre insinuated that Gavin Schmidt was dishonest after one of McIntyre’s comments was held up in moderation. In his latest post (at 9:20 am on December 26) McIntyre complains that:
realclimate censored my post, which pointed out an incident of realclimate fallability, as opposed to admitting and correcting that part of their post which was in error.
After all, he’d posted his comment at 5:00 pm on December 24, and they’d had all of December 25 to approve it. What other explanation could there be for the fact that it was not through moderation by 9:20 am on December 26? After McIntyre’s comment was approved, McIntyre noted this in an update but did not admit his fallibility and correct his erroneous claim that they had censored him to conceal an error.
Update: McIntyre put this post up a few hours ago:
Is NASA employee Gavin Schmidt above the law?
NASA employee Gavin Schmidt permitted Eli Rabett (who uses an alias to attempt to evade accountability) to make defamatory statements about me at realclimate and then censored my attempt to rebut the defamatory statements. He has demonstrated that he is immune to ordinary standards of fairness. But let’s think a little about whether he […]
But now it’s gone.
It is nice to know that McIntyre was using his Nigel Persaud sock puppet to evade accountability.