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Jan

Where are the leaders? It just seems that all we have now are just politicians.
Bugger :(
Love your work Ian. Keep it up!

John Boy

Follow the money. There is trickle down effect.

AcidComments

"Follow the money. There is trickle down effect.'

Yep.

It reminds me of a science conference a good family late friend attended.

It was a NZ Science conference in the 80s attended by nearly 30 scientists from Chemists to physicists, etc.

The conference turned out nothing to do with the advancement of science or shall we say enlightenment. It was all about how to scam and screw over the most amount of money for grants, etc . Plus it was nothing but a huge Backstabbing Ego trip exercise amongst the scientists. They were all at each others throats.

Bamm Bamm

I understand that several letters to Jeanette Fitzsimons in parliament about the CRU issues, and Green Party polices have still gone as yet - UNANSWERED !!

Whitebread

Does anybody know if Nick Smith is going to front up with the appropriate NIWA staff in Parliament to answer the questions about data massaging that were posed in Rodney Hide's letter to the minister?

getstaffed

And tonight - 24 hrs later - TV3 led with a story about Himalayan glaciers melting because of 'Global Warming'. It looks like normal [mis]transmission has resumed

CM

>>>>When I put the allegation to Professor Jones that the hacked e-mails suggested he had supported deleting e-mails in breach of FOI, he said: "We haven't deleted any emails. I delete my own personal emails a year at a time regardless of subject as I have too many, but the university still has the emails."<<<<

He could delete every single email in his system and it wouldn't matter, because they're all stored on the server. A FOIA request would take them from the server.

CM

When I put the allegation to Professor Jones that the hacked e-mails suggested he had supported deleting e-mails in breach of FOI, he said: "We haven't deleted any emails. I delete my own personal emails a year at a time regardless of subject as I have too many, but the university still has the emails."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/opensecrets/2009/11/hacked_climate_emails_and_foi.html

In terms of an FOIA request, it's irrelevant what he's deleted. They'll take the copies of emails off the main server. Unless he has somehow gained access to the server and deleted emails there, they'll all still be there.

Ian Wishart

Craig, if you actually read the email I quote in the graphic, you'd see the context was in relation to material that might be discoverable under an FOI request, and he said he had "deleted" it.

There is clear direct evidence of a conspiracy to defeat Freedom of Information laws (conspiracy in the legal sense of two or more acting in concert).

We'll see what remains, I guess, but there is no doubt of Jones' intent.

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