Ya'll are acquainted with 13's favorite weathercaster/climate guru/blogger, Anthony Watts, right? The one that writes "the most read blogs on the internet and dwarfs every other blog on the issue of climate change." He's a supposedly independent blogger who, according to 13, doesn't actually do the science, (it's not his "job" but his "passion") but http://www.patsfans.com/new-england...bald-solar-based-climate-forecast-2050-a.html According to Watt's own admission, however, Heartland, a libertarian thinktank working to discredit the established science on climate change, recently "helped him" find $90,000.00 for a new "project." So much for independent, unbiased reporting. Much like the often laughed at East Anglia's Climate Research, Heartland's got some leaky problems of it's own. Only there's isn't caused by internal e-mail - it's confidential documents detailing its strategy and fundraising networks that are making the internet rounds. Leak exposes how Heartland Institute works to undermine climate science | Environment | guardian.co.uk Apparently Heartland has been saddened by the fact that teachers and schools are resistant to non-scientific curriculum because the plan also notes the difficulty of injecting non-scientific topics in schools. "Heartland has tried to make material available to teachers, but has had only limited success in meeting those guidelines." Hence, the extra $100,000.00, I suppose. Heartland has so far said that at least one document was fake, and that it was the victim of theft and forgery but has made no attempt to deny the veracity of information contained in the leaked documents.