ClimateGate/Copenhagen roundup, Dec. 14: Mostly Climate edition

Today is (so far) a somewhat slow day for ClimateGate news. Still some good stuff:

Tim Blair (hat tip: Pi Guy): Copenhatin’: something is rioting in Denmark: ., about the riots there.We’re now (in two batches) over 1,000 arrests, and — oh delicious irony — the protesters are complaining about “being forced to sit on the road for hours in near-freezing temperatures”.

Not climate change-related, but similar behavior:

  1. Protestors trash house of UC Berkeley chancellor in protest against tuition fee hikes. “No justice, no peas!”  Googling turned up one amusing headline referencing “Birkenstock-wearing goons” 🙂
  2. whether or not you care for Berlusconi, this is thuggery.

Watts Up With That continues to pump out good stuff:

On Jul 23, 2009, at 11:54 AM, Borenstein, Seth wrote:

Kevin, Gavin, Mike,
It’s Seth again. Attached is a paper in JGR today that
Marc Morano is hyping wildly. It’s in a legit journal. Whatchya think?

Seth Borenstein
Associated Press Science Writer
The Associated Press, 1100 13th St. NW, Suite 700,
Washington, DC

More updates will follow as the day progresses.

UPDATE: more climate data disappearing down the memory hole. Whew… but don’t color me surprised.

Link to yesterday’s update.


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