Journal: ClimateGate WeekEnd Edition

Earth Intelligence

What climategate really tells us

One of the several scandalous revelations of the Climategate e-mails is that this claim of consensus is a lie. Never mind the skeptics: It turns out many of the scientists in the CRU inner circle had doubts and disagreements about their data, methodology and conclusions, and often bickered with one another about defects in their project.

UN Security Stops Journalist’s  Questions About ClimateGate

A Stanford Professor has used United Nation security officers to silence a journalist asking him “inconvenient questions”  during a press briefing at the climate change conference in Copenhagen.

Professor Stephen Schneider’s assistant requested armed UN security officers who held film maker Phelim McAleer, ordered him to stop filming and prevented further questioning after the press conference where the Stanford academic was launching a book.

Vindicating climate change skeptics

The recent revelations — now known as Climategate — of how proponents of man-made global warming fudged and manipulated temperature data at the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit in the U.K. to back the IPCC claim confirms the skepticism of many scientists for more than a decade.

Among scientists voicing concerns over the IPCC claim was Freeman Dyson, the eminent physicist and mathematician at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.

ClimateGate, Copenhagen, and the only two questions that really matter

  1. What if global warming is real?
  2. What if global warming is nothing but a great con-job being played on a gullible world population?