Return the Money, Mann

by Paul Chesser, Heartland Institute Correspondent on January 15, 2010

in Blog

In early December I reported in this space that Penn State University Climategate scientist Michael Mann received $541,184 in stimulus funds, which the school claimed was creating 1.62 (presumably “green”) jobs. Today the National Center for Public Policy Research called for the return of the funds to the U.S. Treasury:

Professor Mann is currently under investigation by Penn State University because of activities related to a closed circle of climate scientists who appear to have been engaged in agenda-driven science. Emails and documents mysteriously released from the previously-prestigious Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom revealed discussions of manipulation and destruction of research data, as well as efforts to interfere with the peer review process to stifle opposing views. The motivation underlying these efforts appears to be a coordinated strategy to support the belief that mankind’s activities are causing global warming.

How about he returns all $6 million he’s received from the government over the years?

Mr Cannuckistan January 15, 2010 at 5:27 am

The university can keep the money. But I think Michael Mann, Al Gore and the like should be sent to the Russian Gulag for a few years, cut off from any and all contact with the outside world. Then they might learn the value of global warming.


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