Climate Emails Stoke Debate Scientists' Leaked Correspondence Illustrates Bitter Feud over Global Warming
KEITH JOHNSON, 23 November 2009
In the emails, which date to 1996, researchers in the U.S. and the U.K. repeatedly take issue with climate research at odds with their own findings. In some cases, they discuss ways to rebut what they call “disinformation” using new articles in scientific journals or popular Web sites.
The emails include discussions of apparent efforts to make sure that reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a United Nations group that monitors climate science, include their own views and exclude others. In addition, emails show that climate scientists declined to make their data available to scientists whose views they disagreed with.
The IPCC couldn't be reached for comment Sunday.
Phi Beta Iota: We recommend all such articles be read in detail. The lack of ethics and the lack of data integrity among Al Gore and the 50+ International Panel on Climate Change (IPPCC), are now a matter of both external competing proof and interal evidence of deliberate fraud. In sharp contrast to the IPCC, we consider the findings of the High Level Threat Panel, and the Goldstone Report (and earlier, the Brahimi Report) to be more representative of what the United Nations can do when it keeps its integrity.
Fortuitously, this public disclosure has occured in time to STOP the planned moves in Copenhagen toward the beginning of a world government able to impose fraudulently-derived formulas on individual nation-states and industries.
It is crystal clear to us that the time has come to create the World Brain with embedded EarthGame so that all information in all languages all the time can be available for public scutiny, appreciative inquiry, and deliberative dialog.