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Climategate: FOIA – The Man Who Saved The World

I blogged for about 18 months on this subject after the US House of Representatives passed the Cap and Trade Bill back in 2009, to try to kill it from going further, and I'm still waiting for my check from the Koch Brothers. I helped kill the Conspiracy Theory AGW, Man-Made Global Warming, Man-Made Climate Change, No! It's the Sun Stupid! Not everything is man's fault. The Climategate E-Mails were a big help, along with the Grand Solar Minimum. I'm just glad I had the opportunity to do my part.

Climategate: FOIA – The Man Who Saved The World

"FOIA – the anonymous leaker who brought the Climategate and Climategate II emails to light has emerged briefly from the shadows. He has released to selected parties (not me) the password to the cache of Climategate II emails in the hope that someone will have the time and energy to sift through them in search of exciting new revelations about the ongoing "Climate Change" scam. No doubt we'll hear much more in the coming weeks. In the meantime, I think it's worth dwelling on some of the clues he offers as to his identity and motivation. (I'm assuming it is a "he", btw)."

"That's right; no conspiracy, no paid hackers, no Big Oil. The Republicans didn't plot this. USA politics is alien to me, neither am I from the UK. There is life outside the Anglo-American sphere.

If someone is still wondering why anyone would take these risks, or sees only a breach of privacy here, a few words…

The first glimpses I got behind the scenes did little to garner my trust in the state of climate science — on the contrary. I found myself in front of a choice that just might have a global impact.

Briefly put, when I had to balance the interests of my own safety, privacy\career of a few scientists, and the well-being of billions of people living in the coming several decades, the first two weren't the decisive concern.

It was me or nobody, now or never. Combination of several rather improbable prerequisites just wouldn't occur again for anyone else in the foreseeable future. The circus was about to arrive in Copenhagen. Later on it could be too late."

"Even if I have it all wrong and these scientists had some good reason to mislead us (instead of making a strong case with real data) I think disseminating the truth is still the safest bet by far.

Big thanks to Steve and Anthony and many others. My contribution would never have happened without your work (whether or not you agree with the views stated).

Oh, one more thing. I was surprised to learn from a "progressive" blog, corroborated by a renowned "scientist", that the releases were part of a coordinated campaign receiving vast amounts of secret funding from shady energy industry groups.

I wasn't aware of the arrangement but warmly welcome their decision to support my project. For that end I opened a bitcoin address: 1HHQ36qbsgGZWLPmiUjYHxQUPJ6EQXVJFS."


Climategate 3.0 has occurred – the password has been released

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"Climategate" was a farce

The researchers' jargon was completely misinterpreted to mislead you. Counter to what your article claims about "no conspiracy", there is indeed one--the furtive propaganda war oil/gas/coal industry has undertaken against actual science (climate change).

As for why people hate Rick Scott, here's a damn good one for you: during his voter roll purges, he would send letters to soldiers known to be on duty out of country threatening them with the loss of their voting rights if they did not soon respond. Many of them couldn't.. because they were deployed!

Hell, every move Rick Scott has made regarding voting has been to disenfranchise black people, or completely prevent from voting.

"Fla. Republican: We wanted to suppress black votes"

The Conscience of a Liberal, Paul Krugman

Everyday Externalities

"And the thing is that these are externalities that everyone can see. You can deny global warming (and may you be punished in the afterlife for doing so — this kind of denial for petty personal or political reasons is an almost inconceivable sin). But can anyone deny that more drivers means more traffic congestion?

Well, maybe I’m understating the power of denial. But still, this is a totally obvious case for government intervention that’s staring us in the face every time we hit the road."


This is going to give Obama

This is going to give Obama more trouble pushing his man-made climate change carbon tax agenda.