Thursday, December 10, 2009

Billionaires behind climate fraud double down

Now the UK Met office wants anyone's signature defending the Met's scruples, so they can say we've got thousands of signatures, we must be right. The Met office publishes and is financially invested in work of the East Anglia CRU, so now they're going to say they made the whole thing up?
12/9: "Met Office reports on temperature changes draw on the work of the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit, from which the e-mails were hacked. Phil Jones, unit director, has agreed to stand down while an investigation takes place into claims that he manipulated data to exaggerate the warming trend and tried to block publication of alternative views....

One scientist told The Times of London he felt pressure to sign.
  • and has long had a policy of only appointing and working with those
from, "Scientist pressured to defend climate research"

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