We can apparently add one more situation to the growing pile of instances where folks pushing the idea of man-caused global warming are caught trying to hide inconvenient details.
The current USA arm of Greenpeace is arguably no more than a re-badged version of the old Ozone Action enviro-activist group which merged into it in 2000, installing its own top people there, Passacantando, Radford & Davies. If they have a perfectly reasonable explanation for blocking all the old Ozone Action web pages now, let’s hear it. I’ll reproduce it verbatim for all to see. While they’re at it, a tidy explanation of why their current executive director felt a need to scrub the Ozone Action reference out of his Greenpeace bio recently (detailed in my 8th paragraph addendum here) would be nice, too.
Otherwise, how is it possible for them to avoid the appearance that this action was done in deliberate fashion in order to hide what’s there? If Greenpeace cannot explain their way out of this, have they not joined the ranks of ClimateGate scientists deleting emails and files and hiding declines, the SkepticScience.org guys deleting critical comments and hiding their bizarre photos, the EPA hiding data / Lisa Jackson hiding emails about ██████████ , the BBC hiding their ‘global warming experts’ name list, and various other instances of ‘inconvenient content’ burial?