‘Climategate’ inquiry largely clears scientists

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LONDON – The first of several British investigations into the e-mails leaked from one of the world’s leading climate research centers has largely vindicated the scientists involved.

The House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee said they had seen no evidence to support charges that the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit or its director, Phil Jones, had tampered with data or perverted the peer review process to exaggerate the threat of global warming — two of the most serious criticisms levied against the climatologist and his colleagues.

Awesome!  Though, to be honest, the original “omg they’re so wrong” vibe about the accusations seemed somewhat wrong to me.

via ‘Climategate’ inquiry largely clears scientists – Climate Change- msnbc.com.

2 thoughts on “‘Climategate’ inquiry largely clears scientists

  1. The whole scandal struck me as “…full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”. Glad to see them vindicated, but it will make zero difference to those who don’t “believe” in global climate change.

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