It seems the more Dr. Michael E. Mann opens his mouth, the more he makes himself look like a total jackass. To make things worse, even his own lawyer somehow convinced him to file a baseless lawsuit, and so will end up raking in poor Mike’s money. Today the affair has become a comedy that has the audience rolling on the floor with laughter.
In the latest development, in what appears to be peculiar attempt to give himself gravitas, the insecure Dr. Mann claimed in his suit that he had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution as an IPCC scientist, when the Nobel Committee awarded the prize to the IPCC and Al Gore in 2007.
That claim is false. Just how did he try to pull it off? Easy: he used Mike’s Nobel Trick. It goes as follows:
1) Take the diploma awarded to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2007.
2. Next, simply splice on the data you want:
3. And presto! Mike’s Nobel Trick produces a genuine looking Nobel Peace Prize for your own personal use!
With it you’ll be respected, be able to influence policymakers, and feel really important.
Just be sure to hide it. If anyone asks to see the original, just tell them you lost it, or that it’s available only to other Nobel prize winners, or that it’s not subject to the FOIA, or that you don’t have permission to share it.
By now we have to start feeling sorry for the poor guy. Disgraced and humiliated again.
Photo credits: WUWT