Scientist who faked data commits suicide

In Japanese culture, when one is disgraced, he must make the ultimate sacrifice and kill himself.

Too bad the fraud scientists of the global warming climate change hoax don’t have the decency to do the same. See the video, as the owner of the Weather Channel destroys these profit-seekers.

 

The Japanese scientist did the same thing with STEM cell research, as reported here:

52-year old Yoshiki Sasai was the co-author of the high-profile research that had seemed to offer hope for replacing damaged cells or even growing new human organs.

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He was found dead early on Tuesday at the Riken institute where he worked in Kobe, Japan, police and the institute said.

“It is confirmed as a suicide,” said a police spokesman. “It was a hanging.”

As deputy director of Riken’s Center for Developmental Biology, Sasai supervised the work of lead author Haruko Obokata, which took the world of molecular biology by storm when it was published in the British journal Nature in January.

It was retracted after months of controversy that made front-page news in Japan and tarnished the country’s reputation for scientific research.

Can you imagine the number of politicians that would be left in America, if they lived by the Code of the Samurai? You’d hear crickets in Congress, and there would be no one showing up for work in the Oval Office, that’s for sure.

 

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