NO… ‘climate conspiracy theories’ don’t derive from Climategate — they were validated by it!

… and there were no independent investigations into Climategate, either!

97% Nonsensus chef John Cook writes:

Most climate conspiracy theories derive from a batch of private emails stolen from the University of East Anglia in 2009. The conspiracy theories are generally constructed by taking quotes out of context to imply a nefarious plot by climate scientists to falsify data. However, since the theft of the emails, nine independent enquiries by government and university bodies in the UK and USA have scrutinised the emails. Every single investigation found no evidence of wrongdoing by climate scientists.

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3 thoughts on “NO… ‘climate conspiracy theories’ don’t derive from Climategate — they were validated by it!”

  1. They never did find who “stole” those emails. The fact that they were “stolen” doesn’t negate the content.

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