UK – Scientists in stolen e-mail scandal hid climate data

January 27, 2010 07:46

The university at the centre of the climate change row over stolen e-mails broke the law by refusing to hand over its raw data for public scrutiny.

Details of the breach emerged the day after John Beddington, the Chief Scientific Adviser, warned that there was an urgent need for more honesty about the uncertainty of some predictions. His intervention followed admissions from scientists that the rate of glacial melt in the Himalayas had been grossly exaggerated. FULL STORY

Now that the global warming hysteria has been shown to be based on fraud and political agendas do we need to worry about an  ice age? NO.

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