Saturday, November 21, 2009

Hadley Hack - CRU Scandal

Just thought I'd throw up some other links to the debacle now unfurling regarding the data manipulations at the CRU:

New links added 26 November at bottom

The CRU Hack
Climate sceptics claim leaked emails are evidence of collusion among scientists
CRU director admits hacked files genuine
The Death Blow to Climate Science (a very GOOD one)
Climate Depot Reveals Alleged Global Warming Conspiracy
Shocker: Climate scientists are petty, vindictive
Climategate:How the MSM reported the greatest scandal in modern science
Climate scientists accused of 'manipulating global warming data'
E-mail leak turns up heat on global warming advocates

Climatic Research Unit emails, data, models, 1996-2000

Who leaked the Hadley CRU files and why (asks some good questions)

the phrase "Hadley CRU" is not the true name of the Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia. The first person to use that phrase was Anthony Watts, of Watts Up With That. As and others have noted, Watts is the first person to use the phrase "Hadley Centre" to describe the CRU. This is incorrect; the CRU does not use the word "Hadley" in its name, and the "Hadley Centre" is an entirely separate institution, having no connection with Phil Jones or his team

Klimaforschungsinstitut gehackt - manipulative Praktiken aufgeflogen

Climategate: Why it matters
VIDEO: Dr. Ball on the CRU Hack
Climate Audit
Those hacked climate emails and the problem of government reliance on experts
Oh oh, Raw Data in New Zealand tells a different story than the 'official' one

The Geologic Record and Climate Change - Tim Patterson
Obama’s Science Czar John Holdren involved in unwinding “Climategate” scandal

How dirty is Gore?
Obama, Maurice Strong, Al Gore key players in Chicago Climate Exchange

Lord Monckton on Alex Jones (thanks Doug)

Climate Change: this is the worst scientific scandal of our generation
Watts up with that

Jail politicians who ignore climate debate: Suzuki
Read the Sunspots
Climate change data dumped

(I may add more later)

The Great Global Warming Swindle


  1. Hey maggie: heard this news, wrh has been touting it all over the place.

    hopefully it will get some people thinking.

    glad you posted the movie again, always a good refresher!

  2. Well, judging by the Canadian mainstream media - none of this ever happened. Nada, not one f*n word.


    This doesn't surprise me though, back in the uni days I was told straight out: If you want to be successful make sure you can relate your research somehow to climate change.

    These emails are really no surprise to those who have had any experience with the scientific research community - esp when attempting to smash a (in this case - FALSE) paradigm.

  3. What exacftly did you study in school Maggie ? General BSc ?

  4. Sorry, Honours in Geology and Chemistry.

    B.Sc. Honours

    Maybe one day if my load decreases I'll finish off the Masters and PhD.

    Who knows...

  5. I found self study of math to be very fruitful and reduced my academic load greatly. I was always ahead of my math classmates and did far less actual work because I wasn't under pressure in learning it. Once you know the math, science is easy. I self studied the multivariable calculus and intro algegra book used at Carleton - Protter & Morey - best math book I ever read.

    I want to learn advanced quantum mechanics because I know this will be very easy for me, having looked through the books, all the equations look familiar and I have a good working understanding of Heisenberg uncertainty. This an communications theory intereet me the most. I like the beauty of the math in these subjects. I wouldn't go to school. I hate going to classes.

    The quantum mechanics I did was only basic, not dealing with the full DE treatment. Engineering is wierd - some of its very difficult, but other stuff was very easy.

    Linking up quantum with electromagnetic theory would be interesting. I think there are secrets in gravity in all of that. I think the gov has anti gravity machines. I think a lot of science stopped after the 50's as far as teaching and that it was puposefully made excessively difficult at the course level.