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Thursday, November 26, 2009

CRU Fallout: Lawsuit filed against NASA, Goddard Space Center over information withholding

The radioactivity of the Hadley CRU campus seems to have elevated the geiger count ticks over in two US facilities, as The American Spectator reports that the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) has filed a lawsuit against NASA and Goddard Space Center demanding information they've withheld for three years:

“The information sought is directly relevant to the exploding "ClimateGate" scandal revealing document destruction, coordinated efforts in the U.S. and UK to avoid complying with both countries' freedom of information laws, and apparent and widespread intent to defraud at the highest levels of international climate science bodies.”

Lucy, you've got some explaining to do.

3 comments:

  1. Like the note above regarding the ..um...somewhat limited credibility of the IPCC, this all just keeps getting juicier by the moment.

    Like a really hideous Violet Beauregard, not yet done blowing up after chewing the blueberry gum.

    She needs to be de-juiced, immediately.

    Copenhagen!

    It's not just a redneck chew anymore!

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  2. Speaking of CEI, however, I will be commenting soon on that issue as well, as some interesting defense mechanisms have been erected by the AGW defense networks.

    But I'll have on of these posts in particular address the Devil's Advocate side of things.

    The modified version I have will be out shortly and will address also the CEI, as the first draft fell Ka-plooey and left out several things.

    However, IF you DO want a preview, you can take a peek without revealing too much of what I'm really doing here, over at http://chicagoboyz.net/archives/10436.html/comment-page-2#comment-330098

    The formatting is crappy. My bad. I'll have to run this through my own blog to clean everything up and turn it back into ONE post.

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  3. This is about as good as I plan to make this at the moment.

    Enjoy the Holiday Cheer, Nick!

    http://wakepedia.blogspot.com/2009/12/just.html

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