Stop the presses. In breaking news we can reveal that BBC senior management seek scientific information from scientists.
David Rose first published this scandal at the Mail Online.
Science deniers are enraged. Andrew Montford labelled it "subversion of the state broadcaster".
Steve E, of Norwich wrote of his outrage: Scap the licence fee now, we are being forced to pay for the BBCs properganda!
The scandal has made headlines in the USA.
The saga was revealed by a little known - outside of the British arm of Science Deniers Inc (a branch of the Scientific Illiterati) - pensioner CWM Tony Newbery whose hobby is blogging, mainly protests against clean energy and writing to all and sundry about how he is a fervent and committed climate science denier and that "scientists don't know nuffin'".
In other news, the Scientific Illiterati Society will be holding their annual general meeting next month. WUWT and Daily Mail readers are encouraged to attend. The Society said it was bending the rules slightly and would be keen to recruit anyone who is able to read. Particularly if they are also able to write. Understanding what is read or written is desirable but not essential. Tea will be served, with an extra biscuit for eligible members. Dress: Brown cardigan.