Wednesday, February 03, 2010

ClimateGate - Guardian on the case (at last)

Even the Guardian is now on the trail of Phil Jones and the team at CRU see here for example. As for green loon extraordinaire George "Moonbat" Monbiot he's positively fuming :
This is a tough time for climate science. The Guardian's new revelations about the hacked emails from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia might help to explain the university's utter failure to confront its critics. They could also explain why the head of the unit, Phil Jones, blocked freedom of information requests and proposed that material subject to those requests be deleted. He has been spared a criminal investigation only because the time limit for prosecutions has expired.
Perhaps George should start a campaign for people to perform a citizens arrest on Jones instead of wasting time with his pathetic attempt to smear Tony Blair as a war criminal.

Meanwhile also in the Guardian arch AGW proponent and all round humourist Sunny Hundal has a very popular piece on Climategate. Read all the comments to find out what Cif-ers now think of their once favourite columnist - its truly hilarious.

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