Eli has not visited the place with no name, but this evening as he was sitting innocently in the garden when Ethon came by and whispered in his ear about what was going on at Pielke Jrs. blog. Roger, of course is up to his old tricks, quite in line with his blog's namesake (Wikipedia).
Prometheus was a son of Iapetus by Clymene(one of the Ocenaids). He was a brother of Atlas, Menoetius and Epimetheus. He surpassed all in cunning andSteve Bloom pointed to an article on Rick Piltz' Climate Science Watch
Lieberman calls on White House and NOAA to address climate science censorship allegations 6/14/06.Of course, Steve would have done better to point at Climate Science Watch's long list of NOAA, shall we say, information management actions, each of which has an attached article and set of sources:
BBC Panorama: Has the Bush administration covered up the findings of global warming scientists? 6/07/06 - with remarks from NOAA's Thomas Knutson and Jerry MahlmanRick Piltz's site is one stop shopping for those seeking to understand the game being played.
NOAA censors speech by science experts on endangered salmon 6/04/06
Rep. David Wu requests GAO investigation of science manipulation and censorship 5/9/06 - including NOAA
House Science Committee Chair Calls for Reform of NOAA Public Affairs Policy 4/12/06
Washington Post reports "Climate Researchers Feeling Heat From White House" 4-9-06
Senators call for National Academy auditing of government reports on climate change 3-29-06 Directed toward actions of Dr. James Mahoney, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere
Providence Journal: "NOAA hiding truth about hurricanes, scientists say" 3-29-06.
Former NOAA Lab Director: "Climate scientists within NOAA have been prevented from speaking freely" 3-10-06
Senate committee lets Adm. Lautenbacher off the hook on NOAA media restrictions 2-24-06 (Eli wrote on this one earlier)
Sen. Mikulski's letter requesting GAO report on openness in federal science communication 2-21-06 (specifically mentions NOAA)
Jim Hansen: NOAA "by fiat" put out "biased information" on hurricanes 2-16-06
The NOAA Media Policy: Political pre-approval for public communication by scientists 2-14-06
Rabett Run had some even more current comments by Warren Washington, which included a pointer back to a 1989 statement by Jerry Mahlman about how Bush administrations distort science.
As Steve Bloom said, nothing here, move on, just a day's work on Mount Caucasus, chewing on reality.
Update: Steve Bloom points out the post was from a guest, and that Steve wanted to use something recent. I will resist the urge to say still, and buy my pet Ethon a gig of error correcting memory.