Climategate: We’re all skeptics now

Lord Christopher Monckton, the courageous Brit who warned the world about the enormous dangers lurking behind a carbon reduction treaty that was supposed to be signed in Copenhagen this month, has written a comprehensive summary of the massive fraud behind the Great Global Warming Panic: (http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/12/01/lord-moncktons-summary-of-climategate-and-its-issues/) of the fraud behind the Great Global Warming Panic:

“A tiny clique of politicized scientists, paid by unscientific politicians with whom they were financially and politically linked, were responsible for gathering and reporting data on temperatures from the palaeoclimate to today’s climate,” Lord Monckton writes. “The ‘Team’, as they called themselves, were bending and distorting scientific data to fit a nakedly political story-line profitable to themselves and congenial to the governments that, these days, pay the bills for 99% of all scientific research.”

More evidence besides the leaked emails, revealed by a still unnamed whistleblower, is damning and reveals the real reason CRU director Phil Jones, now on “temporary leave,” didn’t want it to get out. One of the “commonest remarks” embedded in CRU’s Fortran computer code is: “These will be artificially adjusted to look closer to the real temperatures.”

We’re all climate skeptics now.
 

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