The devastating book which debunks climate change
By Christopher Booker 23 November 2009
Hundreds of emails leaked from the internal computer system of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia show how a small group of highly influential senior British and U.S. scientists have for years been secretly discussing ways in which their evidence could be manipulated to make the threat posed by global warming sound much worse than it is.
To place the significance of these revelations into context, let us recall how exactly a year ago, Parliament passed, virtually unopposed, what was far and away the most expensive new law ever put before it. On the Government's own figures, the Climate Change Act is going to cost Britain £18 billion a year – that's £720 for every household in the country – every year from now until 2050.
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Phi Beta Iota: It has become increasingly clear that both Al Gore and the United Nations International Panel on Climate Change (UN IPCC) have failed dismally at honest sceince, and their presentations to the public are replete with both contrived falsehoods and perhaps unintentional error. They have mixed ideologically-rooted pre-judgments with manipulated information intended to arrive at an outcome that is well-intentioned, but potentially catastrophic in cost. Phi Beta Iota is committed to the truth at any cost for the simple reason that the truth at any cost lowers all others costs….