It is official it has been confirmed that Fraud was being committed on the Global Climate Change reports for main world reports, as the operators stated openly on their reports that they were tricking the system via the leaked Documents that were acquired from the internet! This tells us we were being led down the road to total God, Country, family, friends, financial and life destruction! Thank God for for these hackers that have blown the lid off of the corruption and saved us!
The Wall Street Journal November 22, 2009
The picture that emerges of prominent climate-change scientists from the more than 3,000 documents and emails accessed by hackers and put on the Internet this week is one of professional backbiting and questionable scientific practices. It could undermine the idea that the science of man-made global warming is entirely settled just weeks before a crucial climate-change summit.
Researchers at the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, England, were victims of a cyberattack by hackers sometime Thursday. A collection of emails dating back to the mid-1990s as well as scientific documents were splashed across the Internet. University officials confirmed the hacker attack, but couldn't immediately confirm the authenticity of all the documents posted on the Internet.
The publicly posted material includes years of correspondence among leading climate researchers, most of whom participate in the preparation of climate-change reports for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the authoritative summaries of global climate science that influence policy makers around the world.
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