Apropos to yesterday's item about Senator Inhofe's reaction to a federal judge's polar-bears smackdown of the Bush administration, Desmogblog catches the Senator's press blog hailing a new scientific study on weather patterns, which they claim shows that global warming will "stop." Of course, as the De-smoggers go on to explain, that's not entirely the case, and Inhofe's staff would have done well to read entire articles on the study (let alone the paper itself).
Desmogblog has also been doing a bang-up job exposing the Heartland Institute's list of "500 Scientists with Documented Doubts of Man-Made Global Warming Scares," finding that many of its "honorees" are outraged at their out-of-context inclusion, while others cannot likewise complain due to their apparent status as deceased or simply made up. Lovely.
As we've written before, the arguments advanced by the likes of Heartland, S. Fred Singer and Inhofe really have no standing left, either factually or in a court of law, with their erstwhile allies moving on to a strategy of unreasonable delay rather than outright denial. Instances like this show why.