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  • Anglo Saxon gold mount 'mystery' in Norfolk

    02/16/2016 9:10:41 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 11 replies
    BBC ^ | 13 February 2016 | unattributed
    A "mystery" gold mount found in a Norfolk field has provided "another piece of the jigsaw" for historians looking for Anglo-Saxon settlements. The item was found near Fakenham and is possibly from a sword grip, but experts say it has differences to similar finds. Dr Andrew Rogerson, county archaeologist, said: "It's a fragment, but there's no context for it." No evidence of dwellings has ever been found in the village. The Portable Antiquities Scheme, which is in the process of valuing the item, said it was "similar to sword-grip mounts from the Sutton Hoo ship burial and the Staffordshire Hoard"....
  • Seabed Scanning for East Anglian windfarm reveals Uncharted WWI German Submarine

    01/25/2016 1:05:03 AM PST · by SunkenCiv · 57 replies
    ScottishPower Renewables ^ | January 21, 2016 | unattributed
    Whilst undertaking detailed seabed scanning for the development of windfarm projects in the East Anglia Zone, off the coast of Norfolk and Suffolk, windfarm developers ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) and Vattenfall uncovered something they weren't expecting -- an 'uncharted' wreck of a WWI German submarine, missing in action since 1915... SPR and Vattenfall used advanced sonar technology to scan over 6,000km2 of the seabed in the Southern North Sea over two years, which is nearly 4 times the size of Greater London (1,583km2). This work is critical to understand seabed conditions, and allow the companies to design the layout of their...
  • 'A bronze age Pompeii': archaeologists hail discovery of Peterborough site

    01/13/2016 8:02:10 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    The Manchester Guardian ^ | January 12, 2016 | Maev Kennedy
    Silty fen preserved burning houses and domestic objects inside them to reveal unprecedented view of life 3,000 years ago. Almost 3,000 years after being destroyed by fire, the astonishingly well preserved remains of two Bronze Age houses and their contents have been discovered at a quarry site in Peterborough. The artefacts include a collection of everyday domestic objects unprecedented from any site in Britain, including jewellery, spears, daggers, giant food storage jars and delicate drinking cups, glass beads, textiles and a copper spindle with thread still wound around it. The remains of the large wooden houses, built on stilts in...
  • Underwater City Could Be Revealed (UK)

    01/18/2008 11:00:03 AM PST · by blam · 49 replies · 310+ views
    BBC ^ | 1-18-2008
    Underwater city could be revealed Sonar, underwater camera and scanning equipment will be used Britain's own underwater "Atlantis" could be revealed for the first time with hi-tech underwater cameras. Marine archaeologist Stuart Bacon and Professor David Sear, of the University of Southampton, will explore the lost city of Dunwich, off the Suffolk coast. Dunwich gradually disappeared into the sea because of coastal erosion. "It's about the application of new technology to investigate Britain's Atlantis, then to give this information to the public," Professor Sear said. Mr Bacon, director of the Suffolk Underwater Studies, first located the debris of the lost...
  • Must Farm Bronze Age site: Archaeologists at work [ East Anglia, 3K yr old boat ]

    01/16/2012 6:05:48 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 14 replies · 3+ views
    Past Horizons ^ | Sunday, January 15, 2012 | unattributed
    Over three thousand years ago the inhabitants of a small southeast fenland community were skilled boat builders, enjoyed fishing, and practised a method of eel trapping still in use today in East Anglia. Mark Knight, senior project officer for Cambridge Archaeological Unit, said: "It's archaeology like it's never been preserved before." The incredibly detailed picture of Bronze Age life discovered on the River Nene, at Must Farm quarry, Whittlesey, has everything from well preserved boats, spears and swords to clothing and jewellery as well as carved bowls and pots still full of food, making it one of the most significant...
  • To Denmark, From Russia, With Lies (CRU's Tree Ring Circus)

    12/18/2009 4:32:00 PM PST · by raptor22 · 19 replies · 1,698+ views
    Investors Business Daily ^ | December 18, 2009 | IBD Editorial Staff
    Global Warming: Russian analysts accuse Britain's Meteorological Office of cherry-picking Russian temperature data to "hide the decline" in global temperatures. Is Copenhagen rooted in a single tree in Siberia? Michael Mann, a Penn State meteorologist, wrote in Friday's Washington Post that "stolen" e-mails from the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit still don't alter the evidence for climate change. Mann, a creator of the discredited hockey-stick graph used in reports from the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to show man-made warming, attacks climate skeptics, including former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, saying they "confuse the public." Chutzpah has been...
  • Global warming predictions proved wrong 97.4% of the time since 1990’s

    09/19/2013 9:01:38 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 15 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 9/19/13 | Kevin "Coach" Collins
    Remember the endless stream of dire global warming predictions? Since the 1990s we have been insulted with lies and wishful thinking about how we had to turn off our air conditioners and park our cars or be complicit in causing the Northeastern states to be wiped away by tidal waves of melted ice caps. Wrong wrong, wrong! All of them, all but 3%, were lies as in Penn State and the University of East Anglia lies! Al Gore and his shrinking band of far left lunatics have now been proved wrong merely by comparing their claims to what has actually...
  • There's a new Ice Age Coming [ East Anglia Climate Research Director Says So ]

    03/15/2013 10:38:42 AM PDT · by wonkowasright · 29 replies
    The Windsor Star ^ | Sept 9. 1972 | AP
    A new Ice Age is creeping over the Northern Hemisphere, and the rest of this century will grow colder and colder, a British expert on climate says. Prof. Hubert Lamb, director of climate research at the University of East Anglia, had a few comforting thoughts in an interview Sunday : "The full impact of the new Ice Age will not be upon us for another 10.000 years and even then it will not be as severe as the last great glacial period. "We are past the best of the inter-glacial period which happened between 7.000 and 3.000 years ago," he...
  • In the Absence of Guns

    01/21/2013 1:14:46 PM PST · by Free in Texas · 19 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | June 2000 | Mark Steyn
    In Britain, defending your property can get you life. Celebrity news from the United Kingdom: In April, Germaine Greer, the Australian feminist and author of The Female Eunuch, was leaving her house in East Anglia, when a young woman accosted her, forced her back inside, tied her up, smashed her glasses, and then set about demolishing her ornaments with a poker. A couple of weeks before that, the 85-year-old mother of Phil Collins, the well-known rock star, was punched in the ribs, the back, and the head on a West London street, before her companion was robbed. “That’s what you...
  • Prehistoric gold coins found in Suffolk[UK]

    01/18/2009 2:24:46 PM PST · by BGHater · 21 replies · 1,028+ views
    EDP 24 ^ | 17 Jan 2009 | EDP 24
    The largest hoard of prehistoric gold coins in Britain in modern times has been discovered by a metal detectorist in Suffolk, it emerged today. The collection of 824 gold staters was found in a broken pottery jar buried in a field near Wickham Market. Jude Plouviez, of the Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, said the coins dated from 40BC to AD15 and were thought to have been minted by predecessors of Boudicca - the Iceni Queen who spearheaded a revolt against occupying Roman forces. Their value when in circulation had been estimated at a modern equivalent of between £500,000 and...
  • Climategate 2.0 emails – They’re real and they’re spectacular!

    11/22/2011 12:08:17 PM PST · by ConjunctionJunction · 38 replies
    Watts Up With That? ^ | November 22, 2011 | News Staff
    UPDATE: 8:20 AM PST These emails have not been verified yet, and this story was posted by one of my moderating staff while I was asleep. Until such time they are verified, tread lightly because without knowing what is behind the rest of the zip file, for all we know it’s a bunch of recipes and collection of ipsem lorem text files. I’m working to authenticate these now and will report when I know more – Anthony Watts UPDATE2: 8:45AM PST The Guardian has a story up be Leo Hickman, and this excerpt suggests they may be the real deal:...
  • University hit by new climate leak ahead of talks (U of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit)

    11/22/2011 12:55:58 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 28 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 11/22/11 | Raphael G. Satter - AP
    LONDON (AP) — The British university whose stolen emails caused a global climate science controversy in 2009 says those behind the breach have apparently released a second and potentially far larger batch of old messages. University of East Anglia spokesman Simon Dunford said that while academics didn't have the chance yet to examine the roughly 5,000 emails apparently dumped into the public domain Tuesday, a small sample examined by the university "appears to be genuine." The university said in a statement that the emails did not appear to be the result of a new breach. Instead, the statement said that...
  • Iron Age road link to Iceni tribe

    08/15/2011 10:45:25 PM PDT · by Pontiac · 15 replies · 1+ views
    BBC ^ | 8/15/11 | Louise Ord
    A suspected Iron Age road, made of timber and preserved in peat for 2,000 years, has been uncovered by archaeologists in East Anglia. The site, excavated in June, may have been part of a route across the River Waveney and surrounding wetland at Geldeston in Norfolk, say experts. Causeways were first found in the area in 2006, during flood defence work at the nearby Suffolk village of Beccles. It is thought the road is pre-Roman, built by the local Iceni tribe. In AD60, the Iceni ambushed one Roman legion and sacked Roman settlements at London and Colchester before being defeated.
  • Freezing Temps Worldwide May Lead To Food Shortages

    12/25/2010 6:28:24 AM PST · by FS11 · 93 replies · 4+ views You Are Being Warned! Freezing Temps Worldwide May Lead To Food Shortages Dr. Willie Soon, astrophysicist and geoscientist at the Solar and Stellar Physics Division of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics said, “It’s close to being insane to try to keep insisting these changes in carbon dioxide are going to create all of the disasters that the politicians and doomsayers are trying to tell us. Saying the climate system is completely dominated by how much carbon dioxide we have in the system is crazy—completely wrong. Carbon dioxide is not the major driver for the earth/climate system.” Obviously the sun...
  • Coldest December since records began as temperatures plummet to minus 10C bringing travel chaos....

    12/17/2010 3:04:54 PM PST · by Iron Munro · 64 replies · 1+ views
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 17 December 2010 | Daily Mail Staff
    Coldest December since records began as temperatures plummet to minus 10C bringing travel chaos across Britain Swathes of Britain skidded to a halt today as the big freeze returned - grounding flights, closing rail links and leaving traffic at a standstill. And tonight the nation was braced for another 10in of snow and yet more sub-zero temperatures - with no let-up in the bitterly cold weather for at least a month, forecasters have warned. The Arctic conditions are set to last through the Christmas and New Year bank holidays and beyond and as temperatures plummeted to -10c (14f) the Met...
  • Another Dose of Frigid Air (Global Warming gone wild)

    12/10/2010 10:47:22 PM PST · by Islander7 · 33 replies · 1+ views ^ | Dec 10, 2010 | by Chris Dolce, Meteorologist
    Updated: December 10, 2010 4:00 pm ET Setup Next Week: Cold East, Mild West Here we go again! Just like last week, we have a storm system which will move from the Midwest to the East Coast over the weekend with a dump of bitter cold air following close behind. Pictured to the right is the incoming large dip in the jet stream that will follow this storm and setup shop in the East. This will allow temperatures to fall 10 to 30 degrees below average during the weekend and into next week.
  • One Year Ago Today – Breaking News Story: CRU has apparently been hacked –

    11/19/2010 11:46:32 AM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 18 replies
    Watts Up With That? ^ | November 19, 2010 | Anthony Watts
    One year ago today, after returning from a conference in Brussels, I sat down in Dulles airport, connected to WiFi, researched and wrote this article, called two people, CEI’s Chris Horner to check legality issues, and Marc Morano (who was traveling in car on the PCH in California) to give him a heads up, and pressed the “publish” button just seconds before they closed the door to my flight back to Sacramento. When I landed five hours later, I immediately got back on WiFi and found the the story had exploded, and we lived in a different world. I...
  • Pathe Archives shed new light on (Norfolk's) history

    08/18/2010 4:41:38 AM PDT · by sodpoodle · 2 replies
    EDP, UK ^ | August 18,2010 | EDP, UK
    Until recently, it was only available to historians and film researchers. Now the Pathe archive has opened its doors to anyone, providing free access to its incredible historical records - including thousands from East Anglia. “There are 90,000 individual films on the site,” said Pathe's general manager Alastair White. “We've got all the big history, all the big state occasions.
  • Climate science’s watery reprieve

    07/09/2010 2:00:28 PM PDT · by neverdem · 22 replies
    National Post ^ | July 8, 2010 | Terence Corcoran
    Review provides plenty of evidence that climate science has been and remains an uncertain shambles The last of three British investigations into the notorious Climategate emails, the Independent Climate Change Email Review, landed yesterday and left behind enough cherry-pickable material to give all sides an opportunity to claim modest vindication. Defenders of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia, the source of the emails, will be able to spin the 168-page review as proof that the CRU did little wrong. For climate skeptics and others, the review provides plenty of evidence that climate science has been...
  • Two Liberal Dishonesties Revealed

    07/08/2010 10:34:11 AM PDT · by PurpleMountains · 3 replies
    From SeaTto Shining Sea ^ | 7/8/10 | Purple Mountains
    Two articles this morning caught my eye: the first one dealt with the strange case of President Obama making an interim appointment of a new Health-care Czar. Apparently the reason for this underhanded and unprecedented move is to avoid, during the normally-required confirmation hearing, any public discussion of Obamacare and of this Czar’s extreme positions and pronouncements. The second article concerned the whitewashing of the group mainly exposed by Climategate – the revealing of the data falsified by dishonest, so-called scientists who are global warming alarmists. The whitewash was carried out by the University of East Anglia in Britain investigating...
  • Virginia's Investigation of Micheal Mann's Climate Data

    07/02/2010 12:13:20 PM PDT · by Reily · 3 replies
    Where is the Virginia AG investigation of Mann's activities at University of Virginia?
  • Wildlife documentaries invade animal privacy rights, claims leading academic

    05/01/2010 4:48:00 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 23 replies · 482+ views
    Telegraph ^ | 04/29/10 | Richard Alleyne
    Wildlife documentaries invade animal privacy rights, claims leading academic Wildlife documentary makers are breaching the rights of animals by invading their privacy, a leading academic has claimed. By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent Published: 5:51PM BST 29 Apr 2010 Dr Brett Mills believes programmes such as the BBC's Nature's Great Events, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, are "unethical" for capturing animals' most intimate secrets on camera without their consent. The senior lecturer at the University of East Anglia said it was wrong for broadcasters to treat all creatures as "fair game" and to fail to consider their right to privacy before...
  • 'Fox Cleared of All Charges in Henhouse Scandal'

    04/14/2010 11:05:10 AM PDT · by BobMcCartyWrites · 278+ views
    Bob McCarty Writes ^ | 4-14-10 | Bob McCarty
    The investigation into allegations of climate research fraud at East Anglia University reminds me of a crime involving a fox and a henhouse.

    03/01/2010 5:34:33 PM PST · by I got the rope · 13 replies · 512+ views
    Science and Public Policy Institute ^ | 10 Feb 10 | Stephen McIntyre
    Reconstructions of temperature over the past 1000 years have been an highly visible part of IPCC presentations to the public. CRU has been extremely influential in IPCC reconstructions through: coauthorship, the use of CRU chronologies, peer review and IPCC participation. To my knowledge, there are no 1000-year reconstructions which are truly “independent” of CRU influence. In my opinion, CRU has manipulated and/or withheld data with an effect on the research record. The manipulation includes (but is not limited to) arbitrary adjustment (“bodging”), cherry picking and deletion of adverse data. The problem is deeply rooted in the sense that some forms...
  • Why We Shouldn't Trust Anyone On Global Warming, Part 2...

    02/15/2010 6:40:40 AM PST · by Neoavatara · 12 replies · 407+ views
    Neoavatara ^ | February 15, 2010 | Neoavatara
    Less snow = global warming. More snow = global warming? Well, that is the argument coming out of the left wing intelligensia this week, as the east coast has suffered its harshest blizzard in memory. Last week, I had a post questioning why we should trust anyone that calls themselves an expert on global warming. After the scandals at East Anglia University, the United Nations and IPCC, and in measuring Himalayan glaciers, it is no wonder that the average world citizen is more skeptical of any claims about global warming. But this? It was just a few short years ago...
  • Climate emails review panellist quits after his impartiality questioned

    02/12/2010 10:48:29 AM PST · by neverdem · 23 replies · 788+ views
    The Guardian ^ | 12 February 2010 | David Batty and David Adam
    Nature editor Philip Campbell forced out of independent panel after saying there was nothing to suggest a cover up by scientists at the University of East Anglia ‘The scientists have not hidden the data. If you look at the emails there are one or two that are jargon’ - Philip Campbell. A member of an independent panel to investigate claims that climate scientists covered up flawed data on global warming has been forced to resign after sceptics questioned his impartiality. Philip Campbell, editor in chief of Nature, stepped down from the panel yesterday, just hours after its official launch, after...
  • Scientific Facts and ClimateGate

    01/11/2010 4:10:50 PM PST · by bigbob · 5 replies · 590+ views
    ECN ^ | 1-11-10 | Ken Johnson
    For those readers who do not know of the term ‘Climategate’, several weeks ago Internet surfers became aware of a couple of websites. The appearance of these sites was probably the fruit of either a diligent hacker or the guilt easing effort of an honest, science dedicated, whistle blower who became disgusted with the dishonest actions of their employer at the East Anglia University’s Climate Research Unit (CRU), in Britain, who supplies global temperature data to the UN. The material contained on the sites verified what many climatologists and meteorologists have been claiming for many years, i.e., there is no...
  • California Should Copy Texas

    12/07/2009 5:10:19 PM PST · by Kaslin · 31 replies · 1,738+ views ^ | December 7, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY staff
    California: While Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger worries about rising seas, his state sinks below the waves. Don't mess with Texas, they say. But California and the nation could follow its lead. Last Wednesday, Gov. Schwarzenegger released a new report based on research compiled by the California Energy Commission claiming that by 2100 San Francisco Bay would be more bay than San Francisco, with Fisherman's Wharf and Treasure Island under the rising waters of climate change. His show-and-tell, which included a new Google Earth application the commission spent $150,000 to help develop, goes a long way toward explaining the once-Golden State's slide...
  • Palin Vs. Arnold: Terminating California

    12/17/2009 5:37:51 PM PST · by Kaslin · 25 replies · 1,929+ views ^ | December 17, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY staff
    Leadership: Alaska's ex-governor asks a question we'd like answered: Why is California's current governor pushing the same policies in Copenhagen that helped drive his state into record deficits and unemployment? The movie series that made Arnold Schwarzenegger a household name involved cyborgs traveling through time to alternately try to destroy or save one John Connor, who would grow up to be the leader of the resistance against a race of machines that ruled the planet. Prominent in the series was his tough cookie of a mom, Sarah Connor. Another Sarah has taken the lead in another resistance against another group...
  • Palin Vs. Gore: Oceans Apart

    12/14/2009 5:23:50 PM PST · by Kaslin · 30 replies · 2,002+ views ^ | December 14, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    Global Warming: The Alaskan governor who knew polar bears weren't endangered says the planet isn't either and challenges the oracle of climate change. Al Gore says despite the CRU e-mails, the situation is of the utmost gravity. In a Dec. 9 Washington Post op-ed, Sarah Palin noted that the Climate-gate e-mails from the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia "reveal that leading climate 'experts' deliberately destroyed records, manipulated data to 'hide the decline' in global temperatures and tried to silence their critics from publishing in peer-reviewed journals." This did not sit well with Gore. "The entire North...
  • Job Killing At EPA (Lisa Jackson Accepts CRU Fraud)

    12/09/2009 4:26:03 PM PST · by raptor22 · 9 replies · 993+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | December 9, 2009 | IBD editorial Staff
    Junk Science: The Environmental Protection Agency's sneak attack on the U.S. economy and our freedoms, curiously timed for the opening day of the Copenhagen climate charade, won't go unchallenged. Nor should it. (snip) EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, in a conversation with Sen. James Inhofe, ranking Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, has in effect admitted the finding was based on the junk science and data manipulation practiced at Britain's East Anglia Climate Research Unit (CRU). "She told me that EPA accepted those findings without any serious independent analysis to see whether they were true," Inhofe said. Dr....
  • Comprehensive network analysis shows Climategate likely to be a leak

    12/07/2009 2:12:39 PM PST · by Forgiven_Sinner · 15 replies · 691+ views
    Watts Up With That? ^ | 7 12 2009 | by Lance Levsen, Network Analyst
    This lends cred to WUWT’s previous analysis done by our own Charles the moderator: The CRUtape Letters™, an Alternative Explanation, Climate-Gate: Leaked – courtesy of Small Dead Animals Introduction Some time starting in mid November 2009, ten million teletypes all started their deet-ditta-dot chatter reeling off the following headline: “Hackers broke into the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit….” I hate that. It annoys me because just like everything else about climate-gate it’s been ‘value-added’; simplified and distilled. The contents of demand more attention to this detail and as someone once heard Professor Jones mutter darkly, “The...
  • The (Climategate) Dominoes Fall

    12/02/2009 4:42:58 PM PST · by raptor22 · 26 replies · 2,173+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | December 2, 2009 | IBD editorial staff
    Warming Scandal: The architect of climate fraud steps down, the creator of the infamous "hockey stick" is investigated, and Australia's parliament defeats cap-and-trade. We love the smell of truth in the morning. As the high priests of what Czech President Vaclav Klaus has called a "religion" prepare their pilgrimage to worship the earth goddess Gaia in Copenhagen, complete with humanity being sacrificed, the heresy of climate truth is finally being heard. The gospel of climate change, once expressed with the messianic fervor of an Elmer Gantry by Al Gore, is now expressed with the stammering incoherence of an Elmer Fudd...
  • Lord Monckton’s summary of Climategate and its issues

    12/02/2009 12:40:01 PM PST · by Forgiven_Sinner · 27 replies · 1,954+ views
    Watts Up With That? ^ | November 30, 2009 | by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
    Both Steve McIntyre and I are mentioned in this comprehensive summary. I’ve posted some excerpts below, with a link to the full report in PDF form. It is well worth a read. – Anthony Cold facts about the hot topic of global temperature change after the Climategate scandal THE WHISTLE BLOWS FOR TRUTH The whistleblower deep in the basement of one of the ugly, modern tower-blocks of the dismal, windswept University of East Anglia could scarcely have timed it better. In less than three weeks, the world’s governing class – its classe politique – would meet in Copenhagen, Denmark, to...
  • The CRU's Criminal Conspiracy

    11/30/2009 6:10:45 PM PST · by Kaslin · 20 replies · 1,895+ views ^ | November 30, 2009 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    ClimateGate: Britain's Climate Research Unit now says it will release all its data. Does that include the data that have been shredded, deleted and denied publication? In a statement released Saturday by the University of East Anglia, where the CRU is located, it was announced that all unit data, including data that had been denied climate skeptics, would soon be released to prove this is much ado about nothing. Unimpressed by the news is David Holland of Northampton, a grandfather with a background in electrical engineering, who is seeking prosecution of the CRU scientists involved in suppressing and even destroying...
  • Climategate: Progressive media comes to the rescue!

    11/26/2009 4:11:57 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 11 replies · 571+ views
    The headline on this Guardian article is pretty sanitized: "Climate change email hacking to be looked into by University of East Anglia" But you don't have to read very far to see that the media has zero interest in investigating the content of the emails. They want the leakers destroyed; as do the scientists.
  • DUmmie FUnnies 11-25-09 (The heat is on! One brave DUmmie takes on the Warmers!)

    11/25/2009 4:32:52 PM PST · by Charles Henrickson · 72 replies · 2,638+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | November 25, 2009 | DUmmie notesdev, DUmmies, and Charles Henrickson
    The heat is on! DUmmieland is heating up, and Climategate is the cause. As you probably have heard by now, a number of e-mails have been leaked from the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU). These e-mails show that "scientists" there have manipulated and suppressed data that do not support their crusade to prove Anthropogenic (Man-caused) Global Warming. In other words, the CRU has been turning out C-R-U-D. This revelation could be the last nail in the boffins' coffin, the death knell of their increasingly discredited cause. Of course, the DUmmies are more upset about the e-mails...
  • CRU's Source Code: Climategate Uncovered

    11/24/2009 11:23:37 PM PST · by neverdem · 54 replies · 2,531+ views
    American Thinker ^ | November 25, 2009 | Marc Sheppard
    As the evidence of climate fraud at the University of East Anglia’s prestigious Climactic Research Unit (CRU) continues to mount, those who’ve been caught green-handed continue to parry their due opprobrium and comeuppance, thanks primarily to a dead-silent mainstream media.  But should the hubris and duplicity evident in the emails of those whose millennial temperature charts literally fuel the warming alarmism movement somehow fail to convince the world of the scam that’s been perpetrated upon it, certainly these revelations of the fraud cooked into the computer programs that create such charts will. First -- Let’s briefly review a few pertinent...
  • University of East Anglia Statements

    11/24/2009 9:09:51 PM PST · by 4horses+amule · 102 replies · 5,635+ views
    University of East Anglia website ^ | Nov. 24, 2009 | Professor Trevor Davies
    The University of East Anglia has released statements from Prof Trevor Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Prof Phil Jones, head of the Climatic Research Unit, and from CRU. Statement from Professor Trevor Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research The publication of a selection of the emails and data stolen from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) has led to some questioning of the climate science research published by CRU and others. There is nothing in the stolen material which indicates that peer-reviewed publications by CRU, and others, on the nature of global warming and related climate change are not of the highest-quality of scientific investigation...