Friday, April 16, 2010

Andrei Whitewash and disruption

CRU Scientific Malefeasance

Report of the International Panel set up by the University of East Anglia to examine the research of the Climatic Research Unit.

The whitewash report into the activities of the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit is out.

I do find it slightly ironic that we are putting a lot of effort into worrying about averting possible distruptions to our daily life a century hence due to the unstable nature the systems that govern the planet we live on when our lives today are subject to the unpredictablity of mother earth which continually throws us surprises which we have to cope with in the best way we can

As you may have heard airline travel over much of Northern Europe and all of the United Kingdom is now at a standstill until further notice. Planes can't fly due to volcanic ash from an eruption in Iceland. And nobody has a clue as to how long this state of affairs may last,

Still we carry on as best we can - don't we?

Which is probably what the people a hundred years from now will do when nature throws them curveballs.

2 comment(s):

Lucia Maria said...

Yeah, that's kinda what I thought as well. Also, I wonder how much global cooling that volcanic ash is going to create in that part of the world.

KG said...

Interesting whitewash item here:
'When a Penn State board of inquiry unilaterally decided that Michael Mann had broken no rules in the climate-data scandal, global-warming alarmists breathed a sigh of relief, thinking the most damaging episode in their effort to save the planet was behind them. They were wrong.

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