12/07/2009

Climate Gate Scandal Dismissed by EPA Chief

Climategate problems can be seen here. Yet, Lisa Jackson says that "there is nothing" here.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson dismissed GOP calls to delay a critical finding on greenhouse emissions in light of hacked e-mails from climate scientists. . . .

“There is nothing in the hacked e-mails that undermines the science upon which this decision is based,” Jackson said in announcing the finding this afternoon. She said the controversial messages dealt only with a tiny fraction of the strong evidence of global warming.


Robert Gibbs, President Obama's press secretary, talking today about Climategate: "I think everybody is clear on the science. I think scientists are clear on the science ... I think that this notion that there's some debate, minus Lester, on the science is kind of silly."

Juan Williams on Fox News: "No evidence that they have tricked up the numbers."

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Blogger John A said...

"She said the controversial messages dealt only with a tiny fraction of the strong evidence of global warming.

Well... Dropping the Medieaval Warm is only about twenty of the last 1000 years, I suppose that is small.

Admitting that predictions of models circa 1997-1999 for the following 100 years have already been wrong for about ten percent of the period and are expected to be wrong for another ten percent (some say thirty years, or percent) is also a "small" percentage.

Sheesh.

12/07/2009 9:44 PM  

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