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Re: Climate-Cat's out of the Bag!
Nov 22, 2009, 14:05
Sorry PMM, trying to cope with the huge amount of stuff being released and hitting the boards right now. The BBC report is woefully inadequate, but that's not surprising given that the BBC's Richard Black is quoted in the mails as part of all of this. 'biased broadcasting corporation' perhaps?

From one of the texts: "Mann thinks he will contact BBC's Richard Black to find out why another BBC journalist was allowed to publish a vaguely sceptical article."

So, the BBC are not allowed to post 2 sides of the argument???? WTF?

This is a good summary: http://bishophill.squarespace.com/blog/2009/11/20/climate-cuttings-33.html well worth a browse...

And, this quote showing the edits is unreal:

"Finally we come to the most difficult question of all: '(When will the detection and unambiguous attribution of human-induced climate change occur?') when the detection and attribution of human induced climate change is likely to occur. The answer to this question must be subjective, particularly in the light of the very large signal and noise uncertainties discussed in this Chapter (it is not surprising that the best answer to this question is 'We do not know') "

The bits in ( ) are the bits that are struckthrough for the eventual report and show a whole context change!! HH doesn't allow strikethroughs to show.. That text was in preparation for a report to the bloody IPCC!!

This is a really good write-up on how the different sides of MainStream Media are reporting the whole issue:

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100017451/climategate-how-the-msm-reported-the-greatest-scandal-in-modern-science/

They say there's much more to be released, I await it and will plough through with interest.
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