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How Can I Get on Amy's Guest List?

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Amy Ridenour, friend of big tobacco, big oil and the big Jack Abramoff, and proprietor of the National Centre for Public Policy Research, recently held a Deniers’ Luncheon with Tim Ball as the guest of honour. Amy has even provided a photo on her blogsite in which you can see Dr. Ball showing the gap between what he says about climate change and what honest-to-goodness climatologists hold to be accurate science.

If you strain, you can also see Amy (to Ball’s left) and, (continuing to the left) the handsome Mr. (David) Ridenour (I think), S. Fred Singer and Pat Michaels. I would be delighted to know a) who else was at the table and b) who paid for lunch. And I would have paid the tab out of the vast Littlemore family fortune if I could have sat in for the conversation. I don’t think I would have learned anything about science, but these folks sure seem to know a good deal about teamwork.

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