Tuesday, June 1, 2010

NASA stonewalling Climategate FOIA
Several Freedom of Information Act requests have gone unfulfilled by the space agency

WASHINGTON, DC—On May 27th, Christopher C. Horner, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute filed a lawsuit to compel NASA to comply with several overdue FIOAs submitted in relation to the Climategate scandal.

In question are email exchanges among other documents from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS). Mr. Horner believes the emails will be another unraveling of the global climate alarmism that has been demonstrated to be backed with bad and manipulated data by scientists at East Anglia University in Britain.

This development is not news to those who have long questioned the science and motives of those purporting the end of the world via greenhouse gas emissions. But the mainstream media has largely ignored the Climategate scandal as reporting on it may afford skeptics more credibility. One would think legitimate scientists would not relish joining lawyers in the public’s perception of careers. But their silence to reveals a choice not go against the status quo.

Until real opposition is given to the grant fetching global research field, the public will be left to conclude on its own green policies. And that is happening in Great Britain, where residences are taxed and pay fees to offset the crisis; they are asking why alarms continue to be sounded louder and louder when more and more money is spent combating the problem.

--Killswitch Politick

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