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Climate Frauds and Schemes from The Anti-Scientists of East Anglia

Heartland Institute 24 November 2009 No Comment

In late 2009, the credibility of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) took a serious hit when email exchanges between some of its senior authors and editors revealed deliberate efforts to falsify data and silence dissenting scientists. The IPCC’s reputation was already waning in the wake of scandals concerning Michael Mann’s “hockey stick” temperature diagram and the role of government officials and environmental activists in its so-called “peer review” process. The IPCC Email Scandal of November 2009 meant the IPCC could no longer claim to represent the “scientific consensus” on global warming.

About the Scandal

Warmist Conspiracy Exposed?
Andrew Bolt * Herald Sun (Australia) * November 20, 2009

Climategate: The Final Nail in the Coffin of ‘Anthropohenic Global Warming’?
James Delingpole * London Telegraph * November 21, 2009
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/ 100017393/

The Death Blow to Climate Science
Dr. Tim Ball * November 21, 2009

Presto! Alarmist Emails Not Such a Big Deal
Paul Chesser * American Spectator * November 21, 2009

The Evidence of Climate Fraud
Marc Sheppard * American Thinker * November 21, 2009

Continuously Updated ‘ClimateGate’ News Round Up
Marc Morano * Climate Depot * November 21, 2009

Elsewhere in the Enviro-Activist Mediasphere
Paul Chesser * American Spectator * November 21, 2009

Hackers Leak E-mails, Stoke Climate Debate
David Stringer * The Associated Press * November 22, 2009

Climategate: An Opportunity to Stop and Think
Joseph Bast * The Heartland Institute * November 23, 2009

Three Things You Absolutely Must Know About Climategate
Iain Murray * Pajamas Media * November 24, 2009

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