Vindicated: Researcher Punished For Exposing Climate Fraud Beats UCLA

March 12, 2015

By Matt Lamb at The College Fix

School says it’s purely a financial decision – trial ain’t cheap

Scientific research at universities is supposed to involve inquiry into established theories and hypotheses.

That is, unless they question environmental regulations.

One UCLA science researcher, a 34-year veteran of the school, found himself out of a job in 2011 after examining the data underlying diesel regulations proposed by a California regulator and exposing the shoddy credentials of a lead author of that regulator’s report...

Schools: California State University – Los Angeles Cases: University of California at Los Angeles: Non-Reappointment of Controversial Professor