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VitroGro, Tissue Therapies and QUT’s “inadvertent” data falsification?

Somehow, those of us who are “climate deniers” need to figure out a way to present these studies well against the onslaught of propaganda from Algore clones wielding rising CO2 levels as irrefutable proof of man-made climate change. #deepwaterstotread

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The mysterious goings-on at the  whistle-blower fracas at the Queensland University of Technology seem to run quite deep. The mystery is apparently compounded by commercial interests. The elements include a company spun-off from QUT (Tissue Therapies), University staff owning stock in the company, the company raising start-up money, listed on the stock exchange and having a value entirely dependent upon the prospects for one breakthrough product (VitroGro).

The latest revelation suggests that the whistle- blowers, Luke Cormack and another – whose identity is protected but was “inadvertently” revealed by the University Vice Chancellor –  have been spied upon. Cormack was given “counselling” organised by the University – which counselling was never confidential. The contents of these discussions were apparently reported by the counselor to the University authorities!! Seems to be a remarkable absence of ethical standards at the University and – more particularly – with the…

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This entry was posted on August 5, 2013 by in Uncategorized.
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