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By: ricderr , 3:03 PM GMT on November 28, 2009
Nothing like being home in sunny Florida. Well, it could be a tad warmer, but that's my only complaint. The outside Christmas decorations are up, It's Christmas tree shopping time and then Kyle and I are going fishing today and hopefully tomorrow we all will make it over to Okeechobee to the motocross park. I also have a water heater to change out and am planning how we want to remodel AHM's bathroom. Now if I could only find a local job life would be perfect.
I wanted to talk about how everyone is up in arms over the hacked e-mails about climate change. No, I don't want to argue climate change. Honestly, from an intellectual point of view, I cannot tell you which side is right or even more correct and more to the point, I believe 99 percent of the people who blog here can't either. I however, maintain my thoughts that this is rushed science and I maintain my ire that many groups and people have taken money from some very good enviromental projects and thrown it into AGW to the detriment of the enviroment. Now the notion that these e-mails disprove AGW is foolish, they do however show how politically motivated AGW has been from its inception and how strong the fight for and against is.
Here though is what has surprised me about this event. Nowhere have I seen condemnation for the hacker. In fact, on GetReal's blog there was even a comment, "God bless the hacker." Am I sinking that fast in being old fashioned that it is now OK to hack into someone's private files if you feel your cause is just and that leads to the QOD:
Is hacking a criminal act?
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