deny, deny, denyDecember 2 2009 at 5:18 PM
Response to ClimateGate
the emporer has no clothes
"Over the past year, the EPA has stifled the dissent of Alan Carlin, a senior research analyst at the agency who questioned the administration's reliance on outdated research on the health effects of greenhouse gases. Recently, they sought to yank a YouTube video created by EPA lawyers Allan Zabel and Laurie Williams that is critical of cap-and-trade. Browner reportedly threatened auto execs in July by telling them to "put nothing in writing ever" about their negotiations with her.
And she is now leading the "science is settled" stonewalling in the wake of Climategate. "I'm sticking with the 2,500 scientists," she said. "These people have been studying this issue for a very long time and agree this problem is real." Book-cookers are good at making it seem so.
In any case, last year, more than 31,000 scientists including 9,021 Ph.D.s signed a petition sponsored by the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine rejecting claims of human-caused global warming.
But hey, who's counting? The science is settled. "
- Bring Back Bush! - Anonymous on Dec 2, 6:18 PM