East Anglia AGW, the heat goes on

Never comment your code. It was hard to write, it should be hard to understand.

At least we know why the NYT didn’t publish any of the emails.

And I want one of these.
From the comments:

This illegal act of cyber-terrorism against a climate scientist (and I don’t think that’s too strong a word) is ominous and frightening. What next? Deliberate monkeying with data on servers? Insertion of bugs into climate models?

Too late, the guys at East Anglia already did all that.

How the Science Gets Settled [Mark Steyn]
It’s about the environment in just the same way Pelosi/Obama/ReidCare is about people’s health.

Viscount Monckton on Climategate: ‘They Are Criminals’
If they “shredded” FOIA’d data, yes, they should be charged. The worse crime, however, is the damage to science as a concept.

And finally, one of those “rabid deniers” spoke at Hillsdale college in 2007:
Global Warming: Man-Made or Natural?
S. Fred Singer
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia

1 thought on “East Anglia AGW, the heat goes on”

  1. At the very least, Phil Jones should go to jail. And Al Gore should return his Nobel Prize. Then again, maybe not. After considering this year's recipient, it does seem to meet the standard.Lady Astor