A follow-up here, to this post a few days ago on ExxonMobil's reaction to a recent Union of Concerned Scientists report. I was led to the ExxonMobil report via The Morning News, and I wrote a quick sketch of the back-and-forth between UCS and ExxonMobil. I concluded the post with ambivalence, saying there wasn't anything in the report that anyone would be surprised by. Yet, it would be a pattern of ill-conceived acceptance to let egregious behavior go unnoticed for the mere fact that we expect such behavior.
Yet now ExxonMobil has removed their rebbutal to the report!
I went back to re-read it, and the link was dead. They took it down. Now it says:
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How about that.
If you search the ExxonMobil homepage, though, the (now dead) link still comes up at the top.
So what gives?
Check to see if it's still in the Google cache, screenshot the page and make a copy of it.