What a coincidence.
Just as the Alaska State Legislature allocates $2 million  for a conference promoting climate change deniers' "expert" analysis of why polar bears aren't really endangered, a poster boy for polar bear junk science emerges from the woodwork.
Enter J. Scott Armstrong , who is a marketing professor at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. His research emphasizes forecasting methods, which he has used as the cornerstone for - you guessed it - claims  that the IPCC climate change projections are actually all wrong.
Now he's extended his "forecasts" to say that polar bears are doing just fine. He alluded to his research when Sen. James Inhofe called him  as an "expert" to testify  before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee regarding the proposed endangered status of the polar bear; now, Armstrong has released an official statement advertising his paper.
Here's the link  (warning, slow website):
Also, those who are familiar with climate change deniers will recognize Willie Soon  's name. He's one of the true believers that solar activity causes global warming, which has also been repeatedly debunked (quite conclusively  , in fact).
Click here  (pdf) to read the paper.
My forecast is that it will be quoted over and over again throughout the deniersphere.
As the saying goes, "if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, then baffle them with..," well, you know the saying.