Sunday, October 31, 2010

The Worst Kind of Climate News

This sounds like not just bad news, but even dangerous news:
Several key Republican Congressmen — most notably Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista), who could take over the chairmanship of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee — have said they plan to investigate climate scientists they contend manipulated data to prove the case that human activity is contributing to global warming. (LA Times)
It doesn't seem to matter an iota that three (isn't it now?) investigations have cleared climate scientists of any wrongdoing with regard to the Climategate emails -- Republicans and other climate bullies seem determined to pound on this until blood appears. Yes, actual blood. What worries me is that someone might get seriously hurt, just like the Tides Foundation barely escaped violence due to Glenn Beck's inaccurate and relentless accusations.

3 comments:

Dano said...

Just another delaying tactic David. Not that mankind could figger out what to do without corporate delaying tactics anyways...

Best,

D

Belette said...

I'd say it is good news. They will fail and look stupid.

David Appell said...

SBVOR: I give absolutely no credence to anyone afraid to sign their name to their work.