• Is The Climate Shifting At The New Scientist?

    • Date: 20/07/10

    With its frank ‘thumbs down’ to ‘whitewash’ inquiry into the Climategate scandal is international science magazine sensing a climate paradigm shift? Popular international science magazine, New Scientist appears to give support to the claim that a recent official inquiry into the Climategate scandal may rightly be dismissed as a ‘whitewash.’ The change in tone from […]

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  • Phil Jones Approved Climategate Inquiry Papers

    • Date: 19/07/10

    When my FoI request to Imperial led to the disclosure of the Hand and Hoskins emails, there were many redactions of names, which I found rather frustrating. From the language of many of the emails, it appeared that many of the names were of senior people and should thus have been disclosed. I queried this […]

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  • Flawed CRU Inquiries Won’t Restore Public Trust In Climate Science

    • Date: 18/07/10

    Is Climategate finally over? It ought to be, with the publication of the third UK report into the emails leaked from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU). Incredibly, none looked at the quality of the science itself. The MPs’ inquiry – rushed out before the UK general election on 6 May – […]

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  • US Government Halts Funds For Climate Unit

    • Date: 18/07/10

    The American government has suspended its funding of the University of East Anglia’s climate research unit (CRU), citing the scientific doubts raised by last November’s leak of hundreds of stolen emails. The US Department of Energy (DoE) was one of the unit’s main sources of funding for its work assembling a database of global temperatures. […]

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  • Russell Inquiry: Whatever Happened To FOI2009?

    • Date: 17/07/10

    Ever since I nervously downloaded a file named FOI2009.zip from a rather dodgy sounding Russian server one November night last year, there has been a nagging question troubling me. When the terms of reference for the Russell Inquiry were announce it seemed certain that, whatever shortcomings this so-called independent inquiry might have, an answer to […]

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  • A Climate Absolution?

    • Date: 16/07/10

    The latest study purporting to absolve the scientists involved in November’s Climategate scandal was published last week. On predictable cue, the news was followed by a letter from our admirers at the United Nations Foundation and the Natural Resources Defense Council urging us to “set the record straight” on “these bogus scandals.” Having devoted considerable […]

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  • Russell Inquiry: Why Were McIntyre, McKitrick, Holland And Keenan Not Interviewed?

    • Date: 14/07/10

    In Chapter 3 of the Independent Climate Change E-mails Review (otherwise known as the Russell Report), which is entitled Terms of Reference and Method of Enquiry, the authors have this to say: We recognise that natural justice requires that those in respect of whom findings will be made should have an opportunity to be heard: this does […]

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  • Peter Foster: Checking The Hockey Team

    • Date: 10/07/10

    The third British investigation into the Climategate scandal — led by former civil servant Sir Muir Russell — amounts, at best, to a greywash. No reason, it claims, to doubt the honesty of the scientists related to the Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia (which commissioned the review). However, buried within the […]

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