It seems the reporting of Gleick as being cleared of forgery by some unknown investigation is now being un-cleared. See here for the original post.
Lol, too funny. It now seems the article has been withdrawn. It was taken down shortly after I tweeted her.
@suzyji read your Gleick article…. no sources for article? Did you and Gleick just invent this, too?
Though, I don’t know if one has anything to do with the other. It’s just the timing that I’m noting.
I went to the Pacific Institute….. nothing there on it. I even went to DeSmear…. nothing there either.
This link…… http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012/may/20/peter-gleick-cleared-heartland once took me here…….
Now, we get this…..
I don’t know what happened, I’m sure it was an honest mistake about something…… but, this sure looks bad.
UPDATE!! Thanks to reader Kim, I did a little research on the corespondent who reported this ……… story? It seems our friend, Suzanne Goldenberg, has a past with departing from the truth already. In 2006 she reported
On the night of July 23, 2006, an Israeli aircraft intentionally fired missiles at and struck two Lebanese Red Cross ambulances performing rescue operations, causing huge explosions that injured everyone inside the vehicles. Or so says the global media, including Time magazine, the BBC, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and thousands of other outlets around the world. If true, the incident would have been an egregious and indefensible violation of the Geneva Convention, and would constitute a war crime committed by the state of Israel.
But there’s one problem: It never happened.
Or just Google Suzanne Goldenberg ambulance hoax.