More "Climate" fraud!!!

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    So.......seems a judge is on the side of the truth seekers who just want to take a peek at the data compiled by those hell bent on perpetuating "made-made" climate change.

    From today on DRUDGE.............Ruling alters climate-papers fight - Washington Times

    The quite obvious question is...........why doesnt the university just turn over ALL the data to attorney Marshall???

    Wouldnt be because there is something to hide in the data, would it???


    Naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhh!!!!!:up::up::funnyface:
     
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    Drudge, eh. Such an authoritative source.
     
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    LMBO s0n..........its from the Washington Times.........one of the country's biggest daily newspapers. And PS..........31 million people will see that "authoritive source" today on DRUDGE today. Old Rocks spends much of his day trolling over at Alternet..........real authoritatiive.........but only to people with a far left orientation!!! Nobody else gets their info from there.


    fAiL s0n.................you're just not that clever are you??!


    ANyway.........back on point. As usual, the k00ks never address the question. They change the subject. My question was.............why doesnt the university just release the data?:coffee:
     
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    They will, and, of course, it will cost them money to do so, money that should be going to further research rather than to the game playing of a bunch of damned idiots.

    What should happen after this, is for all the people involved in higher education to make it a point to get these assholes thrown out of office. What a waste of tax payers money. Playing politics, yet the crime problem just continues to get worse.

    This is all politics, nothing at all to do with criminal activities. Yet, that is what it is being investigated as.

    They cannot counter the science, they have no evidence, so now they are trying this political route. This is just like the route taken by the Bush admin to shut up Dr. Hansen. And it is going to backfire. For what we are seeing in the last year is just the beginning of far worse in the near future.

    The data is out there for all to see. NAS, AIP, AGU, the Royal Society, and many others all have it available to the public. And that is what people like you, Kooky, do not want to admit at any cost. Nor will you ever look at the evidence yourself.
     
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    60 billion spent in the last 2 years on "Green Research". 60 fcukking billion:eek::eek::eek:

    This is a crime. Of course, never reported in the major media.

    $60 Billion for Green in the Stimulus Bill: Where the Money Will Go : TreeHugger


    And this k00k is complaining.

    Release the data............but they wont because its not a money thing. Its a data thing. These assholes cant afford even on more instance of fraud after the damage thats been done the last couple of years.
     
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    Of course, Kooky is complaining. If it doesn't go for wasteful driving, for multi-billionaires pockets, or some other such idiocy, Kooky doesn't recognize it as real.

    $60 Billion for Green in the Stimulus Bill: Where the Money Will Go : TreeHugger

    $6 billion for clean and safe water, creating more than 200,000 jobs
    • $4.5 billion for greening federal buildings
    • State energy grants, issued through the Treasury Department, that will fund renewable energy projects that are eligible for the available tax credits
    • Funding for the state energy program, which includes important utility reforms and building code conditions
    • $2.5 billion for energy efficiency and renewable energy Research and Development
    • $5 billion for the Weatherization Assistance Program, creating approximately 90,000 jobs
    • A multi-year extension of the renewable production tax credit
    • A more effective tax credit for home efficiency upgrades
    • $6 billion in loan guarantees for renewables, transmission and leading edge biofuels
    • $2 billion for advanced batteries
    • $9.3 billion for intercity rail, including high-speed rail
    • $27.5 billion for highways (this large pot of money is not exclusively for highways, and states and cities must use this flexibility to invest in fuel-efficient public transportation)
    • $8.4 billion for transit
    • $1.5 billion in competitive grants for transportation investments (which could be used for public transportation)

    Even some of the smaller numbers are encouraging: (from previous TreeHugger post)


    * $125 million to restore trails and abandoned mines
    * $146 million for trail maintenance at National Park Service sites
    * $140 million for volcano monitoring systems
    * $600 million for the Environmental Protection Agency Superfund environmental cleanup program
    * $200 million to clean up leaking underground storage tanks
    * $500 million for forest health and wildfire prevention
     
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    Hide the idiocy of lying deniers.
     
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    And that's where I stopped reading.
     
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    Envirowhackaloon-welfare....Surprise, surprise, surprise!
     

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