Newly released documents show the extent of the links between corporate interests and the published work of Wei-Hock Soon, a Smithsonian-affiliated scientist who has tried to debunk the consensus about global warming.
+Aidan Taniane I was just reading about another study conducted in another field, and the results were a little weird, and I started following the money, and it pretty obviously went back to an industry lobby group.
Unfortunatly, this kind of stuff is common place. Organisations pay for science. I'd like to think that most of the time it's for non-controversial reasonable reasons.
Everybody knows what the internet looks like, right? Clown Computing. Before Clown^WCloud Computing became the buzzword du jour, countless diagrams have been drawn on corporate whiteboards, in schools and universities representing the internet as a cloud. Cute. Fluffy. Non-descriptive.