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« on: March 31, 2010, 06:59:02 AM »

Climate-Gate Inquiry Largely Clears Scientists

UK investigators find no evidence to support charges that the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit or its director, Phil Jones, tampered with data or perverted the peer review process to exaggerate claims.

more here - http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/03/31/climate-gate-inquiry-largely-clears-scientists/#discussion-form

Foxes investigating the Fox guarding the hen house?

Can we trust the 'Climategate' inquiry?

Sceptics have not been surprised to find that almost all the members of the 'Climategate' inquiry are committed advocates of global warming

Most recently, the sceptics have been particularly intrigued by the background of the man chosen by the university to chair an assessment of the CRU's scientific record. Lord Oxburgh declared on his appointment that he is linked to major wind-farm and renewable-energy companies. He admitted that he advises Climate Change Capital, which manages funds worth $1.5 billion, hoping to cash in on the "opportunities created by the transition to a low-carbon economy", in a world market potentially worth its website boasts $45 trilllion,

What Lord Oxburgh kept quiet about, however, is that he is also a director and vice-chairman of a strange little private company few of us had heard of known as Globe International. The name stands for "Global Legislators Organisation for a Balanced Environment", and it describes itself as a worldwide network to lobby governments to take more drastic action on climate change. Globe is certainly well-connected, as it showed just before last December's Copenhagen conference by staging a seminar addressed by, among others, the conference's chairman Yvo de Boer, as well as Nancy Pelosi and Ed Markey, the leaders of the campaign to push a cap-and trade-scheme which could make a lot of people fabulously rich through the US Congress.

More here - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/7530961/Can-we-trust-the-Climategate-inquiry.html

I think we should be skeptical of the inquiry.

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