Climategate: James Hansen Finds Complying with FOIA To Be Too Much of a Burden March 26, 2010Posted by honestclimate in Discussions.
Tags: Christopher Horner, climate change, Climategate, global warming
Climategate: James Hansen Finds Complying with FOIA To Be Too Much of a Burden
by Christopher Horner
Pajamas Media, March 24, 2010
A “tipping point” appears to be at hand for James Hansen, the longtime Al Gore adviser and godfather of the modern global warming movement.
Hansen now seems so disgusted with the conditions of his employment — on the taxpayer dime — that he no longer sees the conditions as acceptable.
As PJM readers know, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) got caught sexing up the post-2000 U.S. temperatures. I asked NASA for emails and other documents regarding their discussions about this. After more than two years, NASA coughed up some emails under the Freedom of Information Act, revealing internal discussions (and one particularly revealing external conversation) about losing data and other credibility issues. They also revealed discussion about NASA’s data being less reliable than — and indeed reliant upon — the non-existent Climategate temperature history from Britain’s Climate Research Unit (CRU).
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