Jeff Condon of The Air Vent, one of the main blogs involved in the Climategate fiasco, has admitted in a post that he is "almost completely disengaged from climate science." Most amusing is Condon's discouraged prediction that skeptics aren't going to be remembered, and suggestion that "a few billion $$" would be enough to make an impact on history. Apparently the $120 million donated to anti-climate science groups from 2002 to 2010 just wasn't enough.
This is the latest in a string of deniers who appear to be getting burnt out, including many who have left their academic positions. Last year Lindzen retired from MIT (though he's still active with Heartland), James Cook University ended Bob Carter's unpaid adjunct professorial status, Judith Curry stepped down from her Chair of Georgia Tech's School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Bob Tisdale retired from blogging, and John Coleman retired from his long time TV weather job.