Well over in Britain this is a big topic although the MSM in the US is doing their best to ignore the issue. Links to some article about the latest developments, Steyn on what the Brit papers are reporting, Phil Jones may end up taking the fall, and even the settled science guys are sounding very unsure of themselves: Cooling on Phil - Mark Steyn - The Corner on National Review Online Tim Flannery (a settled science guy/ IPCC copntributor: So the modelers don't really get it.. the models predictions don't match reality (reality wins in real science), and those who brought up the FACT that the earth is cooling are right and the denials from the climate crisis crowd are wrong (perhaps an outright LIE?). From Climate audit, via "watts up with that' blog how the Hockey trick helped the Hickey stick scam: Mike‚Äôs Nature Trick Watts Up With That? Remember this graph is being used by the IPCC to push their climate crisis agenda. Looks like fraud. McKittrick is right Mann is a liar. Then there are the code comments (more than emails were released code was also released). The code comments , show data was left out to give the desired results: CRU Emails ‚Äúmay‚ÄĚ be open to interpretation, but commented code by the programmer tells the real story Watts Up With That? Finally (for today at least) an admission from a journalist who promoted climate alarmism about the emails. Monbiot issues an unprecedented apology Watts Up With That? The following are from a blog and not commercial source. He fudges that this is just fraud by 3 or 4 scientist, but even these admissions are startling. Do you realize how much of our money has been spent on this fraud? A good summary on where we stand from IBD: Investors.com - E-Mails Of Climate Researchers Buttress Case Of Warming Fraud From Powerline which has done a great job reviewing the emails. Investors.com - E-Mails Of Climate Researchers Buttress Case Of Warming Fraud This link concerns emails talking about destroying emails and data that might undermine the alarmist claims rather than release the data under Britain's FOIA.