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date: Wed Mar 5 13:39:00 2008
from: Tim Osborn <>
subject: Re: Douglass Paper response from santer et al
to: "Glenn McGregor" <>

I wondered just that the other day, given his earlier indication that it would be ready
quickly. It turns out that there has been a complete draft for a little while, but because
there are many co-authors it is taking time to get everyone's agreement/comments and also
some authors, because of their affiliations, may be requiring internal institutional review
before submission. I'm not sure what this means in terms of submission time...
At 13:17 05/03/2008, you wrote:

Any update on whether santer et al are submitting their response to the
Douglass paper. I ask as I have not seen any evidence of it yet on the MC
PS- will be leaving the country on easter weekend
Professor Glenn McGregor
Professor of Physical Geography
Director Centre for Environmental Assessment Management and Policy
Editor International Journal of Climatology
Department of Geography
King's College London
Strand London WC2R 2LS, UK
-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Osborn [[2]]
Sent: 12 December 2007 10:42
To: Glenn McGregor
Subject: FW: Press Release from The Science & Environmental Policy
Hi Glenn,
it seems that a recent paper in IJC may make some headlines... see
email below and attached press release!
Hope all's well with you,
>>From: George Marshall Institute
>>Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 4:24 PM
>>To: <[5]>
>>Subject: Press Release from The Science & Environmental Policy Project
>>Where & When
>>The National Press Club
>>529 14th Street, NW, 13th Floor
>>Lisagor Room
>>Washington, DC 20045
>>December 14, 2007
>>Breakfast refreshments will be served.
>>To RSVP, please email <[6]>
>>You are invited to a timely breakfast briefing
>>on December 14, 2007 at 8:30 a.m. at the National Press Club, organized by
>>The Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP).
>>As Al Gore collects his Nobel Prize and 15,000(more or less) in
>>Bali struggle to find a successor regime for the ineffective and
>>unlamented Kyoto Protocol, an 'inconvenient truth' has emerged:
>>RESPONSIBLE FOR GLOBAL WARMING. Therefore, schemes to control CO2
>>emissions are ineffective and pointless, though very costly.
>>Come and listen to the authors of a peer-reviewed scientific study,
>>just published in the International Journal of Climatology (of the
>>Royal Meteorological Society), present their startling findings.
>>Prof. David Douglass, University of Rochester: GH Models clash with
>>best observations
>>Prof. John Christy, University of Alabama: How GH models
>>overestimate GH warming
>>Prof. S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia: Changes in solar
>>activity control the climate.
>>I am sure you will appreciate the importance of their new result.
>>Once one accepts the documented evidence that CO2 is insignificant
>>in warming the climate, all kinds of consequences follow logically:
>> � Unburdened by climate fears, the US can pursue a more
>> rational energy policy, leading to less dependence on oil/gas
>> imports.
>> � The current legislative efforts to cap CO2, or to control its
>> emission in other ways, are utterly useless.
>> � Ambitious programs claiming to reduce CO2 emissions (like
>> ethanol, wind power, carbon sequestration, etc.) are a
>> complete waste.
>> � The EPA can now deny California's request for a waiver on
>> CAFE.
>> � The EPA can now respond properly to the Supreme Court
>> ruling on CO2.
>> � International negotiations can assume a different dimension.
>>SEPP has reserved the Lisagor Room at the National Press Club for
>>Friday December 14 from 8-11 am. Breakfast will be served.
>>Please e-mail your acceptance to <[7]>
>>The George C. Marshall Institute | 1625 K St. NW Suite, 1050 |
>>Washington | DC | 20006

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