Bring it on, Dr. S. Fred Singer

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There seems to be a chilly pattern developing, with climate change deniers suing, or threatening to sue, when someone questions their credentials (as in the case of Dr. Tim Ball) or their motivations (as in the case of Dr. S. Fred Singer).
For the record – and in specific response to the most recent demand for “redress” from Dr. Singer’s lawyer (attached) – the DeSmogBlog is willing to stand accountable for anything that we have published. That includes apologizing quickly and sincerely when it can be demonstrated that we have made a mistake. Or not, when it cannot.

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