Skip to comments.Global Warming’s Blue Dress Moment? The CRU EMail Hack Scandal WooHOO!!
Posted on 11/20/2009 9:52:29 AM PST by milwguy
The recent hacking of the University of East Anglias Climatic Research Unit (CRU) computer system has led to the release of hundreds, if not thousands, of e-mails which if real reveal the tactics and motivations of some of the top Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scientists. I hesitate to name names, but there are several websites now buzzing with all of the details and sample e-mails. The e-mails I have seen appear genuine, with obscure scientific details and language that would take considerable effort to create as part of a hoax.
While it is too early to tell just yet, there seems to be considerable damning evidence that data have been hidden or destroyed to avoid Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) data requests; data have been manipulated in order to get results that best suit the pro-anthropogenic global warming agenda of the IPCC; e-mails that contain incriminating discussions are being deleted. And, on the bright side, we skeptics seem to be quite a thorn in the side of the IPCC.
In reading these e-mails from the other side of the scientific debate I am particularly amazed at the mindset of a few of these scientists. I exchange e-mails with other like-minded (read skeptical) scientists, as do the IPCC scientists with their peers. But never do I hear of anyone manipulating climate data to achieve a certain end. I must say that I am pleased to see that NCAR scientist Kevin Trenberth admits that it is a travesty that no one can explain the lack of global warming in recent years.
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Download it then. It's all over. I downloaded it this morning. It's packed full of stuff.
They'd walk under a necessity defense of I were on their jury. These are professors working for public universities with grants from the taxpayers. Every word they write while on the job is subject to inspection by anybody who cares to demand it, but these guys were stonewalling.
This is an enormously important victory.
I am going to go ahead and dissagree with you here. If the intent was personal distruction and malice, this would be an agregious act. Instead, this alleged crime was perpetrated to uncover another alleged crime, FRAUD! The biggest of all time.
Authorities often must bend the law to prove crime. FBI sells or buys drugs. Undercover Cops pose as Hooker's to catch thieves. Whole communities announce a prize won to attact warranties.
To download from home.
Ordinarily, I’d agree with you. However, these “scientists” appear to have been breaking the law by destroying information requested via FOIA. What these so-called scientists were doing is part of a much bigger crime, IMO.
BTW, I don’t think the ACORN hidden camera crew ought to be prosecuted in Maryland, either. They also uncovered a serious crime.
Looks like the initial response from the AGW community is up:
Their refusal to do their damn jobs will destroy us. So, people are beginning to take the law into their own hands.
I personally hope that every one of the leftist who invested billions into this scam end up losing most of their money. IMHO that would be poetic justice since they tried to defraud all of us with higher taxes for something that can’t be controlled.
“OK, now that El Rushbo is on the case, maybe Matt Drudge will grow some balls and post. I have sent him stories from WSJ, BBC, Guardian UK, and Telegraph about this.”
Failure to report this will demonstrate for sure who is on the treason propaganda payroll list.
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