This post is made about Paul Hudson, a BBC weatherman who penned an article sceptical about the Science of Climate Change, and promoting the perhaps pseudo-scientific views of Piers Corbyn, a weather forecaster, entitled “What happened to Global Warming” :-
Paul Hudson is also the author of a weblog post on “Climategate”, the “liberation” of years of e-mails from inside the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia.
I’m going to cut and paste the whole of his post here, because it contains information regarding the alleged crime that took place when the e-mails were removed from CRU.
I suspect that this information will be altered or removed before long, when people realise that Paul Hudson was already aware, on 12th October 2009, that e-mails were being broadcast out of CRU, as he was in reception of such e-mails which proved to be identical to those that were “acquired” last week and put in the public domain.
Paul Hudson has therefore implicated himself as being connected to the criminal behaviour of the last week, and I suggest his e-mail Inbox should in turn be made public, so that we may be made aware of who sent him e-mails that should have stayed in the building at CRU :-
ACCESSED 23 NOVEMBER 2009 : 23:30
‘Climategate’ – CRU hacked into and its implications
Paul Hudson | 13:07 UK time, Monday, 23 November 2009
Very busy with forecast duties right now, but I do intend to write a blog regarding the UK Climate research centre (CRU) being hacked into, and the possible implications of this very serious affair.
I will add comment on this page as soon as I can free up some time. But I will in the meantime answer the question regarding the chain of e-mails which you have been commenting about on my blog, which can be seen here, and whether they are genuine or part of an elaborate hoax.
I was forwarded the chain of e-mails on the 12th October, which are comments from some of the worlds leading climate scientists written as a direct result of my article ‘whatever happened to global warming’. The e-mails released on the internet as a result of CRU being hacked into are identical to the ones I was forwarded and read at the time and so, as far as l can see, they are authentic.