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February 22, 2006

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LoB

I wonder what other governmental agencies might be muzzling their technical staff in order to allay pressures coming from some unknown location higher up in the food chain? And, for every governmental scientist who rips off his muzzle in public and starts barking, how many others are content to sit obediently with their muzzles firmly in place, or worse, to eagerly tighten their own muzzle straps so that their master will throw them an extra bone?

Mark Harden

sometimes it's a bit subtle

That tells me all I need to know.

Civil servants in fear of Bushitler? Actually, my mental image is of a bunch of lab-coated geeks all atwitter at the public attention they are finally getting by these unfounded assertions of "censorship".

http://www.wmo.ch/web/arep/arep-home.html

1. Though there is evidence both for and against the existence of a detectable anthropogenic signal in
the tropical cyclone climate record to date, no firm conclusion can be made on this point.
2. No individual tropical cyclone can be directly attributed to climate change.

Came out of WMO but mainstream media missed it. Hmmm . . . 125 of the world's leading scientists cannot be wrong.

Makes for an inconvenient truth.

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