It is not over-used. It is a fact that it has caused concern in many scientific minded individuals who up till now had dismissed *any* anti-AGW rhetoric as simply belonging to those crazy rush-loving republicans who hate Al Gore.well over-used climategate card that many politicians are loving (mostly American I've noticed).
Edit: *up till now been forced to dismiss ...
Please don't bring the "Stupid American" fallacy into this. Other people from other countries have expressed concerns as well.
Is that one of the "experts" we aren't supposed to be trusting? or is that one of the experts who it is okay to trust?Ask sylas, he knows all about discussing, verifying and replicating the results from data he has gathered.
It is a real problem...Climategate has scandalized the AGW camp and all their results are bogus and blah, blah, blah, and pretend it's a real problem instead of looking at the raw data for themselves and concluding, on their own.
The emails indicate that at least among some of the "experts" there was a concerted effort to mold aspects of scientific policy to meet their own agenda.
To ignore this is intellectually dishonest.
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