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Skeptic Murry Salby responds to the attacks on his record: ‘Salby was sacked from Macquarie U., & Macquarie  struggled to explain why, among other things, it was necessary to abandon, and strand him in Paris and hold a ‘misconduct’ meeting in his absence’

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Murry Salby responds to the attacks on his record

http://joannenova.com.au/2013/08/murry-salby-responds-to-the-attacks-on-his-record/

Murry Salby was sacked from Macquarie University, and Macquarie  struggled to explain why, among other things, it was necessary to abandon, and strand him in Paris and hold a “misconduct” meeting in his absence. Since then he has been subject to attacks related to his previous employment. I’ve asked him to respond, which he has at length in a PDF here. The figures listed below refer to that PDF, which encompasses 15 years of events. I don’t have the resources (unlike the  National Science Foundation, the NSF) to investigate it all, but wanted to give Murry the right of reply. On closer inspection the NSF report used by people to attack Salby does not appear to be the balanced, impartial analysis I would have expected. Indeed the hyperbolic language based on insubstantial evidence is disturbing to say the least. Because of the long detailed nature of this I cannot draw conclusions, except to say that any scientist who responds to a question about Murry Salby’s work with a reference to his employment is no scientist. Remember the NSF report was supposedly an inhouse private document. It was marked “Confidential”, subject to the Privacy Act, with disclosure outside the NSF prohibited […]Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)

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