Easterbrook attacked for Washington state testimony: Dept head says ‘it’s unfortunate that someone who really isn’t an active expert in their field is being chosen to discuss this important topic’

Don Easterbrook seems pretty active to us.

Read the Seattle Times article.

Read Easterbrook’s recent debunking of the Marcott hokey stick.

3 thoughts on “Easterbrook attacked for Washington state testimony: Dept head says ‘it’s unfortunate that someone who really isn’t an active expert in their field is being chosen to discuss this important topic’”

  1. I imagine Dr. Easterbrook would be “active” if he supported the department head’s position, or he would be an eminent specialist, or something.

  2. Typical, if you don’t like the message, attack the messenger. Another drive by ad hom by a global warming acolyte.

  3. In the UK we find that economists can predict dire problems with rising atmospheric CO2, and a government formulating energy policy on the same predictions so why cannot a real scientist like Dr Easterbrook give his expert testimony? Geologists know more than just rocks.

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