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HOUSE OF COMMONS INVESTIGATION OF 'CLIMATEGATE' RATED 'POINTLESS'

Posted 2 April 2010

"The House of Commons committee self-consciously refused to pose any probing questions, and its main aim seemed to be to ensure that the moral status of the current consensus on climate change remained intact. What is most remarkable about the committee’s report is that it openly acknowledges that it is not the product of a serious investigation. "  Frank Furedi comments on the investigation of "Climategate" by the UK House oif Commons Science and Technology Committee.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 05 April 2010 )
 
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