Although I got over conspiracy theories long ago, there are plenty on both sides of the global warming science debate. A couple of blog posts attempting to turn the East Anglia controversy back on its proponents:
There has been quite an assault on the climate science in the past few weeks. Far more so than ever before, which is saying something given the Climate Cover-Up that’s gone on for so long. First, e-mails were hacked from a British university, showing some cherry-picked conversations between climate scientists, which global warming deniers have stretched and chalked up to data misrepresentation, and a massive global scientific conspiracy to trick people into reducing greenhouse gas emissions. For more background information on the entire issue, check out EnviroKnow.
The Scientists Strike Back The Dernogalizer
From Richard Graves at Huffington Post:
The real scandal is not the email archive, or even how it was acquired, sorted, and uploaded to a Russian server, but rather the emerging evidence of a coordinated international campaign to target and harass climate scientists, break and enter into government climate labs, and misrepresent climate science through a sophisticated media infrastructure on the eve of the international climate talks.
Climate-Gate Is Watergate Redux
King hit, sideshow or simply a distraction? Make up your own mind. There are endless sceptics' posts in the blogosphere and MSM.