Friday, December 04, 2009


From Jammie Wearing Fool:

Hmm, a very interesting theory. First, James Hansen is one of climate-scammer Al Gore's pals and has been exposed as a total fraud. Here he says the Copenhagen summit must fail, a curious statement considering he's been one of the primary hoaxers in the globwarm movement.
The scientist who convinced the world to take notice of the looming danger of global warming says it would be better for the planet and for future generations if next week's Copenhagen climate change summit ended in collapse.

In an interview with the Guardian, James Hansen, the world's pre-eminent climate scientist, said any agreement likely to emerge from the negotiations would be so deeply flawed that it would be better to start again from scratch.

"I would rather it not happen if people accept that as being the right track because it's a disaster track," said Hansen, who heads the Nasa Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York.

"The whole approach is so fundamentally wrong that it is better to reassess the situation. If it is going to be the Kyoto-type thing then [people] will spend years trying to determine exactly what that means."
Hansen is so far off the reservation he's even come to criticize Gore and Obama, which should tell you how whacked out he is.

So the folks here got to thinking: With Hansen's attitude toward Copenhagen, could that have given him the motivation to leak the CRU emails?
We are now variously told that the police are investigating the "theft" of the data, and have interviewed the temporarily redundant CRU director, Phil Jones, about the "crime".

If they are looking for a suspect, however, they need look no further than James Hansen "the world's pre-eminent climate scientist" – a man known to endorse criminal activity and support civil disobedience.

This is a man with the motive and, from his elevated status in the "climate change community", he undoubtedly had the opportunity and the access.

By way of further confirmation that he dun it, it is highly suspicious that none of the emails released incriminate him or his Goddard Institute. And who else would have the knowledge to select such incriminating information from the mass of material that must be stored on the CRU computer?

Now look what we have here: Algore is running for cover. Feeling the heat, Albert?

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