Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Climategate? What Climategate? ~ By Barry Farber

Commentary from WorldNetDaily
Barry Farber By Barry Farber Posted: December 02, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009 Remember the 3-year-old girl who won our hearts during the Vietnam War when she asked her father, "What if they gave a war and nobody came?" She's now old enough to ask, "What if they gave the biggest scandal in the whole history of science and no major TV network reported it for a week – and then mostly to try to downplay it?" And remember the emperor who had no clothes? If his fraudulent weavers were as smart as the "Pay-Us-To-Save-You-From-Global-Warming" mob, they'd have wrapped some real cloth, not their expensive imaginary kind, around the mouth of that kid who ruined their scam by shouting, "The emperor has no clothes!" The major media have lost their power to cover up "Climategate." There's too much minor media today. Chances are you've already heard about the hacking of what amounts to 63 megabytes' worth of material, over a thousand e-mails and other documents, from the Climatic Research Unit at England's University of East Anglia. That heist was then pitched out to a Russian server that instantaneously alerted the whole world. That's got to be Russia's greatest contribution to mankind since their monumental contributions to the destruction of the late Adolf Hitler. The side that gains money, prestige and power by convincing us that humans are overheating the planet says there's nothing but a bunch of yawns in that whole haul and the real story is the criminal theft of other people's mail. The side that says there's no way humans can cause global warming and the whole madness is a power-and-money grab says this is the smoking gun – or rather the mushroom cloud – signaling the end of the rip-off. As President Obama once famously said, "Let's not jump to conclusions." I agree. It's too much fun watching global warming's feathers plucked plume by plume. READ FULL STORY >
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