November 22, 2009

Global warming alarmists' hacked e-mails reveal "pressure from climate skeptics"

That's according to The Guardian (via The Corner). The key (laughable) paragraph:

The alleged emails illustrate the persistent pressure some climatologists have been under from sceptics in recent years. There have been repeated calls, including Freedom of Information requests, for the Climate Research Unit to make public a confidential dataset of land and sea temperature recordings that is "value added" by the unit before being used by the Met Office. The emails show the frustration some climatologists have had at having to operate under such intense, often politically motivated, scrutiny.

Are you freakin' serious?? These folks falsified data because of pressure from ... skeptics?? It's the skeptics who have been maligned left and right (not politically) for voicing any criticism of the GW alarmists' [supposed] facts. Internet founder, Nobel Laureate, and GW Alarmist-in-Chief Al Gore has declared that the debate "is over" on global warming, after all.

If GW alarmists are "having to operate under such intense, often politically motivated, scrutiny," they have no one to blame but themselves -- and their allies -- for it.

Posted by Hube at November 22, 2009 12:12 PM | TrackBack

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Is "value added" the same as "sexing it up?" If so, then this is global warming's Downing Street Memo.

Posted by: G Rex at November 23, 2009 02:58 PM

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