The Science & Public Policy Institute published Mockton's essay in full here. According to its mission statement, it is "a nonprofit institute of research and education dedicated to sound public policy based on sound science. Free from affiliation to any corporation or political party, we support the advancement of sensible public policies for energy and the environment rooted in rational science and economics. Only through science and factual information, separating reality from rhetoric, can legislators develop beneficial policies without unintended consequences that might threaten the life, liberty, and prosperity of the citizenry."
Laudable goals... if they would only actually adhere to those standards.
Junkscience.Com republishes it here. According to their definition:
"Junk science" is faulty scientific data and analysis used to advance special and, often, hidden agendas.
So did they publish this essay as an example of junk science?
Climate Change Fraud also features it. I wonder what they mean with their motto:
"There's nothing wrong with a fourth grade understanding of science.
If you're a fourth grader."
I wonder if any of these sites will eventually retract their stories.