Update on Hacker's Release of Files Suggesting Academic Global Warming Conspiracy

Candace de Russy

Many professors in the humanities and social sciences have been taking heat for years about the quality and integrity - in particular, the tendentiousness - of their research and teaching. But, now, along comes the worldwide airing of data obtained by a hacker implicating a major group of UK university scientists in what seems to be deliberate fraud -- a long and systematic effort to manipulate data to "hide the decline" in temperatures. Charlie Martin at Pajamas Media speculates where these revelations, if confirmed, may lead:

If these files are eventually corroborated and verified, it is a bombshell indeed — evidence that there has been a literal conspiracy to push the anthropogenic climate change agenda far beyond the science. It will mean the end of some scientific careers, and it might even mean those careers [sic] will end in jail.
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