Monday, November 23, 2009

WSJ: Consensus Scientists Violate Scientific Ethics

Now, the Wall Street Journal is covering the "Climategate" email scandal, where the world seems shocked that these global warming a-holes were trying to stifle debate with their skeptical colleagues (we've known that was happening all along). I hope this is the nail in the myth's coffin, but the lying liars who lie them will keep trying to maintain their climatology grants. As long as politicians and certain media outlets keep accepting this BS as fact, the battle will continue.

The scientific community is buzzing over thousands of emails and documents -- posted on the Internet last week after being hacked from a prominent climate-change research center -- that some say raise ethical questions about a group of scientists who contend humans are responsible for global warming.

The correspondence between dozens of climate-change researchers, including many in the U.S., illustrates bitter feelings among those who believe human activities cause global warming toward rivals who argue that the link between humans and climate change remains uncertain.

Some emails also refer to efforts by scientists who believe man is causing global warming to exclude contrary views from important scientific publications.

[From Climate Emails Stoke Debate -]