Yes, Virginia, A Climate Cover-Up

IBD Editorial Investor’s Business Daily 1/20/2011

Junk Science: Democrats in Virginia are trying to stop their attorney general from probing climate fraud carried out by university researchers at taxpayer expense. Are they afraid of finding the inconvenient truth?

It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up, as the saying goes. In the case of former University […]

Heresy and the creation of monsters

Judith Curry Climate Etc. 10/25/2010

I’m having another “Alice down the rabbit hole” moment, in response to the Scientific American article, the explication of the article by its author Michael Lemonick, Scientific American’s survey on whether I am a dupe or a peacemaker, and the numerous discussions in blogosphere. My first such moment was in […]

Climate change: failures of global warming probes ‘let down public’

John Ingham Daily Express [UK] 9/15/2010

PUBLIC inquiries into the Climategate scandal have failed to restore confidence in the science behind global warming, a report claimed yesterday.

It branded as flawed the three inquiries into the leaking of e-mails by scientists at East Anglia university’s world-leading Climate Research Unit.

And it called for independent inquiries […]

Hans von Storch Speaks Out On CRU, IPCC And Climate Science

P Gosselin NoTricksZone Climate News from Germany in English 8/3/2010

Prof. Hans von Storch, Director of Germany's GKSS Institute of Coastal Research

Here is an outstanding interview given by Prof. Hans von Storch, one of Germany’s leading climate scientists, in an interview with Germany’s Handelsblatt (Germany’s equivalent to the Wall Street Journal) yesterday. […]

The Climategate Whitewash Continues

Global warming alarmists claim vindication after last year’s data manipulation scandal. Don’t believe the ‘independent’ reviews.

Patrick J. Michaels The Wall Street Journal 7/12/2010

Last November there was a world-wide outcry when a trove of emails were released suggesting some of the world’s leading climate scientists engaged in professional misconduct, data manipulation and jiggering of […]

Climategate report: ‘Campaign to win hearts and minds’ needed

But what’s it mean for the bloke on the bus?

Andrew Orlowski The Register [UK] 7th July 2010

The University of East Anglia’s enquiry into the conduct of its own staff at its Climatic Research Unit has highlighted criticisms of the department and staff conduct – but clears the path for the individuals concerned to […]