Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Climategate blackout

Ever wonder why so many Americans are still irrationally clinging to their belief that the Earth's atmosphere is significantly warming to a catastrophic level, and that we humans are the cause? Perhaps it might be due to the fact that the American media is barely reporting on what is one of the most important frauds in human history.

Read here for an article that explains how the British press - both conservative and statist-leaning news outlets alike - are all over the various climate change scandals, but from the American media, we are receiving bupkus.

An excerpt:
I contacted all three papers — the LA Times, the Washington Post, and the New York Times — asking for comment, or for a pointer to the stories I had missed. Only one of the three replied, and they wouldn’t speak for attribution or on the record.

It’s truly a puzzle. This is a story that affects the future of human civilization, if some of the believers are right. It ties financially to people right up to the top of American politics, as well as major industries throughout the U.S. and the world. What’s more, the story would seem to be all wrapped up, ready for aggressive investigative reporters with the resources of the Times to expose. Some of the perpetrators have even begun to confess. Why wouldn’t the Times cover it at all...?
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