Another review of the work of the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in Great Britain has found no misconduct or malpractice, but did have suggestions for how its work could be improved, post-Climategate.
A British parliamentary panel has found no evidence that scientists at University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit (CRU) had misrepresented global warming-related data. However, it did have some constructive criticism for them — and admitted their inquiry wasn’t the final word.
I’ve been meaning to address this topic for some time, but Margaret Wente pushed me into it with her effort on Tuesday. The climate torque queen is up to her old tricks, even though she’s trying to be moderate this time.
Here’s the current headline on the G&M Web story about the so-called Climategate emails: “Breach in the global-warming bunker rattles climate science at the worst time” It’s also the version that appeared in this morning’s paper. And how was it headlined on the Web Friday night? “Scandal shakes foundations of climate science” (!!!!) I called [...]