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CRU's programming 'way below expected standards'

As the row caused by the Climatic Research Unit's leaked e-mails continues, Newsnight has been told there are now serious concerns over the quality of the computer programming used to produce the global temperature records at the heart of the debate.

Newsnight's Science Editor Susan Watts looks at how the source code used in the CRU's computer files is way below expected standards for this type of commercial software, according to software engineer Dr John Graham-Cumming.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A story about the poor CRU sofwtare, but full of nonsense claims.

One claim, melting glaciers. Even the BBC now admits that this claim is unreliable.

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