fredag 22 januari 2010

The Royal Swedish Academy Against the Wall

The UK Parliament Science and Technology Committee today announces an inquiry into the unauthorised publication of data, emails and documents relating to the work of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia (UEA). The Committee has agreed to examine and invite written submissions on three questions:
  • What are the implications of the disclosures for the integrity of scientific research?
  • Are the terms of reference and scope of the Independent Review announced on 3 December 2009 by UEA adequate?
  • How independent are the other two international data sets?
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences made a statement expressing full support of IPCC prior to Cliamategate. This statement forms the scientific basis of the climate politics of the Swedish government. The pressure on the Royal Academy to revise its statement is now reaching boiling point and a release of pressure is necessary. Silence and do-nothing is no longer an option. Even Swedish Public Radio is now reporting about the fall of IPCC.

When will the Royal Academy come out and tell the truth to the Swedish government and people? Tomorrow or on Monday? The Academy still must be believed to believe in IPCCs Pachauri who's credibility no longer can be believed to exist.

The scientific avalanche triggered by Climategate is now rolling and even the Royals have to get moving...when?

1 kommentar:

  1. Thanks for the info.
    I agree that there is an absolut limit as to how far you can push and maintain a stand that rests on beliefs and good-will, rather than on real-world facts. I too think we are comming up to that very point soon.