January 28, 2010

Climate Fraud Scientists Can't be Prosecuted For Hiding Data

The only thing good that come out of this is that the British may eliminate an absurd six-month statute of limitations on punishing those who violate their Freedom of Information act.

If the University of East Anglia would like to retain even a shred of credibility and dignity it should terminate all the scientists in the Climate Research Unit that willfully took part in a conspiracy to conceal real climate data that did not support the climate change hysteria they were hyping.

Furthermore, there are U.S. scientists that colluded with the British scientists to subvert the integrity of the scientific process, and it would seem that fraud and racketeering laws could be brought to bear against those who participated in this self-documented conspiracy.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at January 28, 2010 12:18 PM

Liberals prosecuting liberals? Good luck with that.

Posted by: TimothyJ at January 28, 2010 03:39 PM

It does include federal money, and private actually. Both in grants and legislation on the federal level, and unfunded mandates and changes required by law in the private sector, so I can see where racketeering laws could easily apply. Well, from the stance of a laymen.

The difficulty will be in pushing through the political ideology which still strongly supports the human factor in global cooling, change, warming (pick one). Still, I think they handed over the very club they will be being beaten with.

Posted by: Doom at January 28, 2010 04:58 PM

Interestingly, this is a topic where we find common ground. After much research I, too, am convinced that man made global warming is a hoax. By the way, I'm not a recent convert to this conclusion, either.

My hope is that cap and trade goes nowhere. It's nothing more than a scam. The scare tactics being used to further this bad legislation is in the same category as the irrational scare tactics used by other people to persuade gullible Americans that we would have more death camps, people dying in the streets, etc. if we were to wisely institute universal health care in America. Of course, we already do have death camps and people dying in the streets because of our current system. We just don't call them by those names.

Oh well, at least we have one thing that we agree on.

Posted by: Dude at January 28, 2010 06:52 PM

Dude, you finally saw through the global warming hoax. Hopefully you'll soon see through the government run health care scam.

Politicians need a crisis to justify their jobs and issues to run on. Always be wary of the politican's crisis.

Posted by: Rick at January 29, 2010 03:50 PM

"If the University of East Anglia would like to retain even a shred of credibility and dignity..."

Too late.

Posted by: Georg Felis at January 30, 2010 09:03 PM