Apparently, the CIA does have some influence at Harvard.
Penn State climatologist Michael Mann takes on critics, in court.
Penn State University professor and climatologist Michael Mann recently threatened to sue a group for its video satire of his climate science entitled “Hide the Decline.”
Accuracy in Academia has identified several concerns regarding the inquiry committee’s report and Penn State’s ongoing conflicts of interest in conducting Professor Mann’s investigation.
Professor Michael Mann is under investigation by his employer, Penn State University, for his role in the Climategate emails. Since the 60-day investigation began in November more details should be available by the end of January, say University officials.
When U. S. Rep. Joe Barton asked University of Virginia professor Michael Mann to show the science behind his global warnings, academics cried “witch hunt” but one of Mann’s peers thinks the congressman was onto something.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) have issued a report on “National Security, the Assault on Science, and Academic Freedom” that might leave readers who have studied such matters scratching their heads.
Oddly, those academics who most cherish their academic freedom seem just as intent on exercising it secretly.
Governments should abandon their climate-change-related taxes and regulations, turning instead to the courts for answers regarding anthropogenic global warming’s (AGW) affect on property rights, argues University of Buckingham fellow Graham Dawson in the January issue of The Free Market, a newsletter issued by The Ludwig von Mises Institute.
With official admissions of tampering evidence of temperature declines accumulating weekly, global warming alarmists on campus, still a majority, at least among officials, must be getting their science from the animated film Ice Age.