Another article which points out the blatently obvious (especially if your surnames are McIntyre or McKitrick)
Two of the world’s leading scientific journals have come under fire from researchers for refusing to publish papers which challenge fashionable wisdom over global warming.
A British authority on natural catastrophes who disputed whether climatologists really agree that the Earth is getting warmer because of human activity, says his work was rejected by the American publication, Science, on the flimsiest of grounds.
This should bring back memories for Steve and Ross when they tried to get their work published by Nature, only to be first requested to edit it down to 800 words, and when that didn’t nullify it, 500 words.
This effect could be called "Procrustean" after the Greek mythical tale of Procrustes, but for the slightly less intellectual (like me) , could be called the climate science version of Monty Python’s "Summarize Proust competition"