Stanford Prof. Deletes Data From Study Showing Green Energy Will Kill Jobs

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    A Stanford professor is deflecting criticism after allegedly deleting data from a year-old study in order to avoid inadvertently showing how green energy will kill millions of long-term jobs.
    Prof. Mark Jacobson rebuked criticisms brought by Steve Everley of Energy In Depth, an oil industry-backed education project, that the Stanford study showed that using 100 percent green energy would result in 1.2 million jobs being eliminated from the economy.


    Jacobson said Everley’s claim was a “flat out lie” and relied on “faked data.”

    Everley’s claim was based on data taken from Jacobson’s own research, but when Everley went back to show the Stanford professor that the proof was in his own study, he found the data was gone — Jacobson had deleted it just hours after Everley exposed the job loss numbers.



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