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Subject:  Scientist Fraud Exposed Date:  11/20/2009  8:41 PM
Author:  wadigo Number:  27 of 59

This printed in the new your times, no less. Following the link is/are snippets.

This is some juicy steff about the fraud of Global Warming. Even this story has some cover up to it. (new york times)
How about:

The e-mails, attributed to prominent American and British climate researchers, include discussions of scientific data and whether it should be released, exchanges about how best to combat the arguments of skeptics, and casual comments — in some cases derisive — about specific people known for their skeptical views.

and then there's:

Hundreds of private e-mails and documents hacked from a computer server at a British university are causing a stir among global warming skeptics, who say they show that climate scientists conspired to overstate the case for a human influence on climate change.

but wait, there is more:

In one e-mail exchange, a scientist writes of using a statistical “trick” in a chart

and even much more:

Some skeptics asserted Friday that the correspondence revealed an effort to withhold scientific information. “This is not a smoking gun, this is a mushroom cloud,” said Patrick J. Michaels, a climatologist who has long faulted evidence pointing to human-driven warming and is criticized in the documents.

the accused fraudsters want victim status too. That is a laugher.

The documents will undoubtedly raise questions about the quality of research on some specific questions and the actions of some scientists.

The rest of the article goes on and on blah blah. Mostly of the article writter getting the spin right on how to treat this fraud exposure. You know they will try to spin this.

FRAUD IS OUT THERE. AND IT IS EVERYWHERE. Involved in every important aspect of our lives.

and of course there is this reality:

But on Friday, he said, after reading more deeply, he felt that some exchanges reflected a concerted effort to block the release of data for independent review.

He said that some e-mails mused about a way to discredit him by challenging the veracity of his doctoral dissertation at the University of Wisconsin by claiming he knew his research was wrong.

“This shows these are people willing to bend rules and go after other people’s reputations in very serious ways,” he said. <i/> <b/>


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