I have not been a “journalist” for 15 years. Until I retired two years ago I directed a leading technical consultancy. I have made a fortune from probabilistic combinatorics.
I think that means he made money from his jigsaw puzzle.
My paper contained much unpublished material, including several new equations, each of which the editor asked me to justify before publication. My conclusions have not been “debunked”.
I have never said my paper “had been accepted by a peer-reviewed scientific journal”. However, a professor of physics on the editorial board edited it and asked for many clarifications.
The SPPI press release (which Monckton was obviously behind) states:
Mathematical proof that there is no “climate crisis” appears today in a major, peer-reviewed paper in Physics and Society, a learned journal of the 4,600-strong American Physical Society
See! He put out that it was a “peer-reviewed paper” in a “learned journal” of the “American Physical Society”. Which is apparently different from a “peer-reviewed scientific journal”.
This “litigious viscount” has issued two libel writs in 56 years. I won both.
So all those legal threats he makes are empty? Cool.
(Hat tip: P.Lewis.)