East Anglia: Chapter 3

Police are investigating the theft of documents from the East Anglia University climate study center.

More projections and extrapolations based on the hacked emails and documents from the University of East Anglia.

A "Wall Street Journal" writer sees the scientists trying to hide data and reject Freedom of Information Act claims.

The global warming skeptics are perfectly happy to overlook the illegality of the hacking and theft of private emails, according to this blogger.

Police are investigating this data theft. The University says it cannot confirm that all the documents are genuine. The University's public statement says the theft and release of the documents were done to deliberately undermine "the strong consensus that human activity is affecting the world's climate in ways that are potentially dangerous."

Copenhagen climate talks begin December 7, but it's already been conceded that no binding agreement is likely to result from the talks.My first East Anglia blog. The second. [poll id="198"]


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