February 7, 2018
Pima County Superior Court Judge James E. Marner has ordered the University of Arizona (UA) to release emails regarding “Climategate,” a scandal involving the alleged manipulation of temperature data by climate scientists which led to accusations the scientists involved attempted in an organized fashion to subvert transparency laws in the United States and United Kingdom, kept dissenting work from being published, and retaliated against scientists and editors involved in publishing dissenting w...
February 24, 2017
...e produce reliable results than adding muddy river water to purified bottle water produces safe drinking water.
Karl’s actions show climate scientists wedded to the theory humans are causing catastrophic climate change learned nothing from theClimategate scandal of 2009. In Climategate, hacked e-mail exchanges between prominent climate scientists advising world leaders on climate policy exposed the scientists behaving badly.
The scientists involved used a “trick” to remove inconvenient data ...
February 27, 2017
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Climategate Redux! NOAA Scientists Fudge, Lose Data
H. Sterling Burnett, Breitbart
Oops, climate scientists did it again! The award-winning scientist responsible for creating, collecting, and maintaining the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...
December 2, 2011
James Taylor, Managing Editor, Environment and Climate News discusses his Forbes column, Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate On the Cari and Rob Show.
June 7, 2013
Climatism, the belief that man-made greenhouse gases are destroying Earth’s climate, is on the wane. Once riding high, the ideology of man-made climate change is losing its influence in governments across the world. Climategate, the release of e-mails from the University of East Anglia, called the science of dangerous warming into question and turned the tide of global opinion.BackgroundOn November 19, 2009, and unidentified hacker or internal whistle-blower downloaded more than 1,000 documents...
December 1, 2009
...he climate change "consensus."To read some of the press accounts of these gifts—amounting to about 0.00027% of Exxon's 2008 profits of $45 billion—you might think you'd hit upon the scandal of the age. But thanks to what now goes by the name ofclimategate, it turns out the real scandal lies elsewhere.Climategate, as readers of these pages know, concerns some of the world's leading climate scientists working in tandem to block freedom of information requests, blackball dissenting scientists, man...
December 5, 2011
New and explosive revelations continue to emerge from the Climategate 2 emails, two weeks after the 5,000-plus emails were first publicly unveiled. While Climategate 2 does not share the “novelty factor” of Climategate 1, the contents of the Climategate 2 emails are at least as appalling as Climategate 1. Most importantly, the Climategate 2 emails show scientists at the forefront of global warming activism acknowledging serious flaws in alarmist global warming theory, working together to hide d...
September 14, 2010
A detailed assessment of the Climategate inquiries set up by the University of East Anglia and others which finds that they avoided key questions and failed to probe some of the most serious allegations. The report The Climategate Inquiries, written by Andrew Montford and with a foreword by Lord (Andrew) Turnbull, finds that the inquiries into the conduct and integrity of scientists at the Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia were rushed and seriously inadequate.
November 22, 2011
Another shoe dropped in the Climategate scandal today with the release of thousands more emails revealing how the scientists who contributed to the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) conspired to hide and manipulate data calling into question the theory of man-caused global warming.Since 2008, The Heartland Institute has hosted six international conferences on climate change featuring hundreds of scientists and climate change experts. (See coverage and materials here.) Hear...
January 20, 2010
The most difficult thing for a scientist in the era of Climategate is trying to explain to family and friends why it is so distressing to scientists. Most people don’t know how science really works: there are no popular television shows, movies, or books that really depict the everyday lives of real scientists; it just isn’t exciting enough. I’m not talking here about the major discoveries of science—which are well-described in documentaries, popular science series, and magazines—but rather how...