WikScanner strikes again!
Here are some interesting edits to wikipedia entries made by someone using an IP address belonging to the oil and gas sector supported American Enterprise Institute:
Under the entry for “Great Global Warming Swindle” the statement: ” On [[March 13]], [], [[George Monbiot]] argued the documentary was based upon already debunked science.” was revised to state:
“On [[March 13]], [], environmental activist [[George Monbiot]] argued the documentary was based upon already debunked science.”
Another interesting revision to the “Great Global Warming Swindle” was the dropping of “enthusiastically” from the following statement:
” [[Steven Milloy]], who runs the Web site Junkscience.com, enthusiastically endorsed the documentary on [[March 18]], [].”
Another interesting edit not related to global warming and climate made by someone using an IP address belonging to the American Enterprise Institute is in the Wikipedia entry for “stem cell controversy.”
The words “religiously motivated” were removed from the following statement: “The fundamental assertion of those who oppose embryonic stem cell research is the [[religion|religiously]] motivated belief that human life is inviolable, combined with the opinion that human life begins when a sperm cell fertilizes an egg cell to form a single cell.”