Thursday, November 26, 2009

Lucia Investigation into the IPCC over ClimateGate

Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., a guest on the Washington Times morning radio show, said he knew scientists were "cooking" information years ago. The e-mails, he said, were the proof, and now something needs to be done.

A Washington Times editorial said the content of the e-mails "could end the academic careers of many prominent professors. Academics who have purposely hidden data, destroyed information and doctored their results have committed scientific fraud."

"It is pretty serious," Inhofe said. "And since, you know, Barbara Boxer is the chairman and I'm the ranking member on Environment and Public Works, if nothing happens in the next seven days when we go back into session a week from today that would change this situation, I will call for an investigation.

"This thing is serious," he continued. "You think about the literally millions of dollars that have been thrown away on some of this stuff that they came out with."

Inhofe said he would ask for an investigation into the United Nations and its climate-change committee "on the way they cooked the science to make this thing look as if the science was settled, when all the time of course we knew it was not."
It's coming. Climategate is a scandal that will just keep on growing. NZ was forewarned before National and the Maori Party passed the ETS yesterday (was God looking out for us?) but, like fools, they ignored what could be the biggest scandal to hit the international community a long time.

Related Link: Senator to demand probe of global-warming 'fraud' ~ World Net Daily

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