pot kettle black?, page-3

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    I personally don't see the issue with asking for information. Any sort of personal attacks are not on but suing NASA for information that maybe used in billion dollar taxation policies should not be seen as an attack.

    From the link:

    "Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, a climate change skeptic, demanded many of the same documents last year in an effort to determine if Mann had somehow defrauded taxpayers in obtaining research grants. ATI also has sued NASA to disclose records detailing climate scientist James Hansen�s compliance with federal ethics and disclosure rules."

    �While we fully understand that policymakers must integrate the best available scientific data with other factors when developing policies, we think it would be unfortunate if policymakers became the arbiters of scientific information and circumvented the peer-review process,� the AAAS Board says.

    Seems like they are saying only those they approve of can read their internal files?

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