Last year I wrote about Steve Milloy’s latest scam — a $100,000 if you prove the existence of harmful AGW. Of course, since Milloy judges whether your prove is good enough, you know he’ll never pay up, just as you know that Kent Hovind will never pay his $250,000 for a proof of evolution.
The latest effort along these lines is Michael Duffy’s offer of $1,000 for references to journal papers that:
1 examine the causal link between anthropogenic carbon dioxide and warming, and
2 quantify the extent of the warming from anthropogenic carbon dioxide.
Now it’s possible that this offer is made in good faith, but why would you offer $1,000 for references that you can find a few minutes in the IPCC 4AR?