Dear Tom Harris,
I see you have had time to fire off a letter asking that the Senate block Bill C-288 (the Kyoto Implementation Act), but you still haven't answered my challenge.
Specifically, you claimed that:
The vast majority of the [600 scientists involved in the IPCC report]...would not have...endorsed, the executive summary.
And I have asked you to produce at least names, or even better, statements from this "vast majority" of doubters. You have not thus far replied.
Now, some of the folks at FreeDominion.ca have suggested Chris Landsea and Roger Pielke on your behalf, and it is true these two men have in the past had difficulties with the process of writing the IPCC report. However, neither questions the IPCC consensus and, more importantly, neither has been involved with the organization for over a year.
So they don't count and we are still stuck at zero.
I truly hope that you are using all this time to marshal your evidence, for it seems to me that neither the Canadian Senate nor the 1,300 media figures you claim to have sent your release to will be impressed if all your doubting scientists turn out to be invisible scientists who will speak only with you.
So come on, Tom, present your case or retract your statement! Are you a Man of Science, or a Girly-Man of Science?