On 20 November 2009, emails and other documents, apparently originating from within the Climate Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia were obtained by a hacker.
If real, these emails contain some quite surprising and even disappointing insights into what has been happening within the climate change scientific establishment. Worryingly this same group of scientists is very influential in terms of economic and social policy formation around the subject of climate change.
As these emails are already in the public domain, I think it is important that people are able to look through them and judge for themselves.
Until I am told otherwise I have no reason to think the text found on this site is true or false. As of today, Saturday 21 November, there have been no statements that I have seen doubting the authenticity of these texts. It is here just as a curiosity!
There is a basic keyword counter which will show you the kind of texts that are being looked for.
There is an option when browsing to show 10, 25, 50 or 100 emails at a time. (Hint, you can put any number less than 100 in the pp= part of the query to get that number of results.
This facility has been kindly passed on to us by somebody who feels it deserves a wide circulation throughout the Internet.
Hope you enjoy