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Michael Mann. v. National Review, CEI, et al: Plaintiff's Opposition to CEI and National Review’s Anti-SLAPP and Dismissal Motions

Michael Mann. v. National Review, CEI, et al: Plaintiff's Opposition to CEI and National Review’s Anti-SLAPP and Dismissal Motions

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PLAINTIFF’S MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES IN OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS NATIONAL REVIEW AND MARK STEYN’S MOTION TO DISMISS PURSUANT TO D.C. ANTI-SLAPP ACT AND MOTION TO DISMISS

PLAINTIFF’S MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES IN OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS NATIONAL REVIEW AND MARK STEYN’S MOTION TO DISMISS PURSUANT TO D.C. ANTI-SLAPP ACT AND MOTION TO DISMISS

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In 2001, the IPCC23

published its Third Assessment Report, which prominently featured

Dr. Mann and his colleagues’work from MBH98 and MBH99. The Third Assessment Report

included the Hockey Stick graph. The report summarized Dr. Mann’s work and the paleoclimate

reconstruction work of other scientists, and the report included a graph demonstrating that

several different reconstructions, not just those of Dr. Mann, showed modern warming to be

unprecedented over the past millennium. The Third Assessment Report also concluded that

carbon dioxide concentrations in the global atmosphere were at their highest levels in the past

420,000 years, principally due to fossil fuel combustion.

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