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GLENN: Hey, Stu, I thought of you on Friday because of the global warming computers that were hacked into.
GLENN: I was on the road.
PAT: Great story.
GLENN: I haven't had a chance to follow this. I know we're going to cover it tonight. Give me all the ins and outs of this thing, you two.
STU: Well, basically it was a hacker went, broke into the computers of one of the main centers O' climate change, one of the biggest sort of alarmist group of scientists and hacked in and put out on the Internet thousands of e mails and documents.
PAT: This is going to be stunning. They showed, what did they show, Stu?
STU: They shockingly showed that they were manipulating evidence.
GLENN: Is it true
PAT: Exaggerating the case, if you will.
GLENN: Is it true that the hockey stick thing great that guy is one of the guys on these e mails, Michael Mann who show people have been diving into these processes which most of the time he won't give up at all for people to look at because he knows how shady they are. But they have been looking into them for quite a while and have found you know, you look at some of these e mails here. They are, you know, talking about literally doing tricks to hide the decline of temperatures. That's how clear it is. I mean now, you know
GLENN: They use the word "Tricks."
PAT: Yeah, in quotations, tricks. Statistical tricks in the charts.
STU: Here it is. This is the quote. This is from one of the main scientists. I've just completed Mike's, which is Michael Mann, the guy we were just talking about, I just completed Mike's nature trick. Nature is a scientific term. So I've just completed Mike's nature trick of adding the real temps for each series the last 20 years and from 1961 for Keith's to hide the decline. They are talking about hiding the decline in temperatures by using tricks. Now, tricks may or may not mean, that doesn't necessarily mean something elicit. Maybe it's just something in the math. You could try to justify that.
GLENN: How do you justify hide the decline?
STU: Hide the decline, how do you justify that? Hide something, they are hiding something. Then they are multiple e mails.
GLENN: This is why they shout so hard.
PAT: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: That the debate is over. You can't debate it when you are into tricks.
STU: There are multiple e mails that show them conspiring to delete evidence, deleting e mails to avoid Freedom of Information Act requests, the U.K.'s version of the Freedom of Information Act. I mean, they are talking about please delete all e mails regarding this topic. And they have them. I mean, it's unbelievable. Honestly like in 100 years you'd never thought you'd have evidence that is this overwhelming.
GLENN: I'm telling you, I'm telling you I said this before, and again everybody made fun of me and probably still do on this. When all is said and done, in the end if there's anything left to tell the story, this is the biggest scandal in American history. These are the biggest events.
PAT: Global warming?
PAT: The whole thing?
GLENN: The whole
PAT: It is.
GLENN: Because these are the same people. These are progressives.
GLENN: It's the same people.
GLENN: This is the biggest story in American history because maybe world history because it is going to depending on who wins, it's either going to be cleaned up but collapse the system and we're going to have to start all over again because we untethered ourself from principles and we said character doesn't matter. Well, it does. And we either collapse and rebuild ourself and they will be remembered as the worst of the worst, or they will just take it and they will have won the entire world. But this is for all of the chips. This is it. This is the game.
PAT: And that's why they keep getting more and more absurd, bizarre and ridiculous every day. Like this, the effects of climate change have driven women in communities and coastal areas and poor countries into prostitution.
STU: So global warming now causes
PAT: Global warming. Here's the let me at least read the quote. Climate change I love this. Climate change could reduce income from farming and fishing. Hasn't yet.
STU: It could.
PAT: It could.
PAT: Climate change could reduce income from farming and fishing, possibly driving some women into sex work and thereby increasing HIV infection.
STU: Should, possibly, if.
PAT: Global climate change could, possibly and may increase AIDS.
GLENN: Hang on just a second. Show me the hockey stick. So you are saying the temperature of the Earth is causing people to get AIDS at a higher rate?
GLENN: It may be the only reason of AIDS?
PAT: Don't you know, Glenn, because of your small mind that small brothels usually pop up near coastal areas where many women perform sexual services for transient seafarers? And when it gets hot and dry
GLENN: Transient seafarers?
PAT: When it gets hot and dry, they got no alternative.
GLENN: Got to pull into port.
PAT: Go straight into prostitution and service these seamen, if you will.
STU: There is an insurmountable amount of jokes.
PAT: I know.
GLENN: We're going to move on.
STU: Did you know, by the way, that you were actually mentioned in these e mails by these scientists? Did you realize this?
GLENN: No. Seriously?
STU: Yeah, that they were very because there's two guys that have been picking apart this scientific data for a long time, McKitrick and McIntyre. And they do these reports. They go through the numbers. They find holes in it and then it winds up coming out in places, you know, the few media sources who will actually report it. You were mentioned as one of them. They are very frustrated that these guys would come up with this analysis and then people like you would pick them up and you'd start talking about them. And that's why they talk about specifically changing the definition of a peer review journal. Because the problem is that these guys keep going to journals and some of them keep getting not these guys specifically but certain scientists go to these journals and they keep getting printed. And even if we have to go and we have to change the definition, we need to just, we need to boycott certain journals so they are no longer available, they are no longer respected as scientific sources.
GLENN: How is this
GLENN: How is this story
STU: Huge story.
GLENN: There's only two stories. There is this story and there is the front page of the New York Times, the deficit story. Those are the only two stories that should be covered today. I haven't seen I've got three televisions in front of me today. I haven't seen these covered. I mean, are we done with the climate change?
PAT: No, about you they got to the New Moon record at the box office over the weekend. It got though that.
STU: Teenage vampires.
PAT: Oh, yeah, that's huge.
GLENN: Seriously are we done with the climate change scandal now? It was one day, it was a Friday and that was it?
PAT: Climate change could lead to more vampirism.
GLENN: Which you don't want to have if you are taking do you have rubber gloves on your fangs?
GLENN: It might be tainted gloves.
GLENN: How do you know?
PAT: Which leads directly to AIDS.
STU: And there is a scientific journal that might lead to that flat head thing that Frankenstein and the Muensters have, which is serious.
PAT: What about that little bolt in the neck? Could it cause that?
GLENN: Hang on. I'm looking at MSNBC and it is the GOP is politicizing breast cancer. So
STU: No way.
GLENN: That is the big story of the day.
PAT: Well, there you go. I guess we've been set straight.
GLENN: You know, when the truth doesn't matter anymore and this is another thing I was thinking about this weekend, and, you know, I don't know how to say this other than just to say it. If we don't set ourself right, if we don't reconnect with the values and the principles and quite honestly with God who brought the pilgrims here in the first place, if we don't reconnect with those things, we won't survive.
PAT: And we'll all be coastal prostitutes by the end of the year.
GLENN: Because don't know about that part. Because these representatives, these people in Washington, they represent us. If we don't set our lives back on the right course, we can never expect them to. They won't. Look at where they've gone.