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Mohib Ebrahim’s Climategate poster at NREL

December 31, 2009

I downloaded the large version of Mohib Ebrahim’s very nicely made climategate timeline from Jo Nova’s blog.  The local FedEx Kinko’s copy store printed out the 8 foot by 3 foot work of art in black and white for a mere $17.   This poster is now hanging on the wall of my office cubicle at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.  It will be interesting to see how this goes over with my colleagues.  Here is a picture of the poster….

The cheapest way that I could find to make a color version in the US is to print out the 18 page version (825 kBytes, courtesy of Jo Nova and Mohib Ebrahim) on 11″ x 17″ paper at about $2 a page, then paste them together.   If money is no object, you can print out the 8 foot by 3 foot color version on a single sheet for about $180.

By the way, does anybody have more information about Mohib Ebrahim?  He deserves a lot of publicity for this timeline.

Click on this image to get to Jo Nova's site and links to several different versions of the timeline.