Journal: Alternative Media Trumps “Main” Media, White House Denies ClimateGate, Google Strips “ClimateGate” as a Suggested Term

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The Big Question: Does ‘climate-gate’ matter politically?

Of course ClimateGate matters politically, and the damage has only begun.  This won’t help their electoral prospects. It also has ramifications for health care: If you can’t trust them on global warming, can you trust them on cancer screenings?

Obama Ignores ‘Climate-Gate’ in Revising Copenhagen Plans

The White House is shrugging off the Climate-gate e-mails.   “I think there’s no real scientific basis for the dispute of (global warming),” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said this week.    And Obama’s top science adviser, John Holdren, downplayed the e-mails Friday, telling Congress that the controversy involves a small group of scientists and how they have interpreted and shared global warming data.

Think ‘Climate-Gate’ Is Nonevent? Think Again

President Obama’s climate czar, Carol M. Browner, and White House spokesman Robert Gibbs might think that Climate-gate is a nonevent, but on Monday Pennsylvania State University announced that it was launching an investigation into the academic conduct of Michael Mann, the school’s Director of the Earth System Science Center. …  Dozens of researchers at other institutions could soon face similar investigations.

From Climate-gate to Google-gate to Who Was the Hacker Anyway?

Suddenly, though, on Monday December 1, Google stopped offering “climategate” as a choice to those who typed c-l-i and even to those who typed c-l-i-m-a-t-e-g-a-t. Strange.

NASA-Gate

What’s become known as “Climate-Gate” may be about to explode on this side of the pond as well. Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, has threatened a lawsuit against NASA if by year-end the agency doesn’t honor his FOI requests for information on how and why its climate numbers have been consistently adjusted for error

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