Black Hat Climate Crisis
There are a few things I don't argue about. One of them is the weather. But I ran across an article today on Wired.com (link) that just made me laugh out loud. Apparently the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit in the United Kingdom had their servers hacked and thousands of their internal emails and memos leaked online. You can download the files via bitorrent here if you're interested:
I downloaded the file myself and found nothing malicious (in terms of harming your computer) but there are a few funny memos about "communicating climate change", one of them is called "the rules of the game" which sounds like some kind of lame ebook for wannabe pick-up-artists.
After a quick look around at some of the blogs that have picked up the story it seems some of the more embarrassing emails (those suggesting manipulation of data) are being posted. Which I find hilarious. I bet Al Gore really regrets inventing the internet now.
There are twists of time and space, of vision and reality, which only a dreamer can divine