Agency won’t give GOP internal docs on climate research


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The federal government’s chief climate research agency is refusing to give House Republicans the detailed information they want on a controversial study on climate change.
Citing confidentiality concerns and the integrity of the scientific process, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said it won’t give Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) the research documents he subpoenaed.
At the center of the controversy is a study that concluded there has not been a 15-year “pause” in global warming. Some NOAA scientists contributed to the report.Skeptics of climate change, including Smith, have cited the pause to insist that increased greenhouse gas emissions, mostly from burning fossil fuels, are not heating up the globe.
Smith, the chairman of the House Science Committee, vehemently disagreed with the study’s findings. He issued a subpoena for communications among the scientists and some data, leading to charges from Democrats that he was trying to intimidate the researchers.
Late Tuesday, NOAA provided Smith with some more information about its methods and data but refused to give Smith everything he wanted.

Agency won

This screams of a coverup and an attempt to avoid verification of their data and how they arrived at it. This administration has gone to great lengths to subvert many agencies to approach their duties to the detriment of the nation to push obama’s ideology.

The net result is alternative programs which are costly and unsustainable unless backed up with natural resources. We see regulations piled on regulations that do little to nothing but add cost to each and everyone of us and fills government coffers.


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What’s to hide?

Rhetorical question.