Daily Archives: December 14, 2009

DOE sends a “litigation hold notice” regarding CRU to employees – asking to “preserve documents”

UPDATE: I’ve confirmed this document, see below the “read more” line. It appears bigger things are brewing related to CRU’s Climategate. WUWT commenter J.C. writes in comments: I work at the Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Posted in Climategate | 423 Comments

Gore gets caught in a factual fabrication at Copenhagen

UPDATE: In a strange twist, Climate Depot reports that Brochure reveals Gore accurately cited scientist’s prediction of ice-free Arctic — It is the Scientist who has the explaining to do — not Gore Marc Morano writes via email – This … Continue reading

Posted in Al Gore, Uncategorized | 264 Comments

Andy Revkin to leave Dot Earth and NYT

His last day will be December 21st, 2009. Dot Earth can be viewed here. I can’t say I’m surprised. About a month ago, I had an email exchange with Andy on this subject, where he shared with me that he … Continue reading

Posted in media | 123 Comments

“rotten” sea ice – not even in Denmark

There’s plenty of stories about how Arctic sea ice is now “rotten”. There’s darn few that talk about yearly comparisons or what other scientific outlets are saying about the claim. As many WUWT readers know, 2007 was the minimum year … Continue reading

Posted in Arctic, Sea ice | 309 Comments

What’s going on? CRU takes down Briffa Tree Ring Data and more

Odd things are going on at the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. Widely available data, existing in the public view for years,  is now disappearing from public view. For example this link to Keith Briffa’s Yamal … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 208 Comments

Breaking: Copenhagen climate summit negotiations ‘suspended’

From the BBC, apparently Copenhagen is falling apart: By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News website, Copenhagen Excerpts: The African delegation is unhappy over moves by the Danish government Negotiations at the UN climate summit have been suspended after developing … Continue reading

Posted in Copenhagen Climate Conference | 153 Comments