Just for fun!
Tony often makes fun of sites removing information. So why not turn the tables!
He recently removed this post:
A letter to Justin Gillis of the New York Times on his misleading sea ice story today
Apologies, but the page you requested could not be found. Perhaps searching will help.
The text I have recovered using search engines is:
TO: Justin Gillis, New York Times 8/27/12 1PM PDT
Mr. Gillis, Reference Story: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/28/science/earth/sea-ice-in-arctic-measured-at-record-low.html
Why do you not mention these two important facts:
1. You say: The amount of sea ice in the Arctic has fallen to the lowest level on record”. That this is a 30 year record of satellite data, not an “all record”. That wrongly misleads your readers.
2. According to NSIDC: That there was a contributory storm that broke up a lot of the Arctic sea ice: Sea ice extent dropped rapidly between August 4 and August 8. While this drop coincided with an intense storm over the central Arctic Ocean, it is unclear if the storm prompted the rapid ice loss. Why do you ignore such facts?
If that was it all then perhaps one can understand his withdrawal! Also, the english is not so good!
Of course If I were Watts I would also wonder why this blogger has stopped the wayback machine archiving his latest posts (since 2011). This obviously shows he has much to hide!