Sunday, November 22, 2009

Global Warming Email Disclosure Reveals Strategic Thinking - Security
The security breach that lead to the disclosure of emails between global warming scientists not only shows that they may have been manipulating data, but also what they were thinking and how they planned to counter and discredit skeptics.

The security breach that resulted in the release of email correspondence between global warming scientists is being compared to such history information disclosures as The Pentagon Papers and Nixon’s Oval Office tapes. What the messages reveal is more than just the venomous relations among scientists on both sides of the issue, but the strategies and lengths that pro-climate reformers did and would undertake to advance their cause.
Cooling Masked From Public « the Air Vent
These emails don’t often need commentary, here are the main dogs commenting on how temps have gone down. Mike Mann, Gavin Schmidt and others at RC as well as Tamino at Open Mind have been working feverishly to cover this up. A blogger Deep Climate snipped my post for even suggesting that preferred filters were used. He didn’t want anyone to suggest that the elites would exaggerate the trend. Well here it is right in plain sight.

Statistically significant cooling being hidden on purpose – by alleged scientists!!

Busted again.
Althouse: "Fellow scientists who disagreed with orthodox views on climate change were variously referred to as 'prats' and 'utter prats.'"
"I will be emailing the journal to tell them I'm having nothing more to do with it until they rid themselves of this troublesome editor," Jones replies.
Rid... troublesome... A deliberate allusion to "Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?"? That is the conventionally erudite way to express the wish for your opponent's death.

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