CRU Will Make Data Available

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    It took just about a week to get them to reverse course. Will the MSM cover it NOW?

    Climategate: University of East Anglia U-turn in climate change row - Telegraph

     
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    ...Who have used our fudged and faked data to come up with their subsequent findings. :lol:
     
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    Indeed. We should take odds on how long before Jones is gone. He's the 'fall guy' from all looks. He didn't help himself with those comments.
     
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    And why would this data not be available long ago? Why the collusion to hide the actual data sets utilized to come up with their projections?

    And how much will be destroyed or deemed "unnavailable" when some of the data is disclosed as a sign of more open and honest climate science?

    These guys are running scared big time now...
     
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    They start destroying evidence now and it'll only leave more holes, that leave those analyzing the data to wonder how they came up with the numbers.

    These guys better get Gordon Liddy and Ollie North on the horn.
     
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    Liddy still scares the hell out of me - he is one intense dude...
     
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    " Economic value of the data" means the possibility of their losing the means of having wealth transferred from certain first world nations to certain second and third world nations.
     
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    Suddenly the data is sensitive? LOL

    OMFG!

    That's Great!
     
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    Remarkable isn't it?

    These people are unbelievably corrupt...
     
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    Earth has a fever and Librul are the rectal thermometer but are now hesitant to read out the sensitive and economically valuable data
     

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