Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Yet More Pro-Global Warming Embarrassment

This is just sad.

So is this.

After the data with all its warts is collected, further adjustments are made, each producing more warming. MIT meteorologist Dr. Richard Lindzen commented “[W]hen data conflicts with models, a small coterie of scientists can be counted upon to modify the data” to agree with models’ projections.”

Over time in the global data bases, the warming trend has been steadily increasing. This has been accomplished by cooling off prior decades while increasing the warming in recent years. Many examples are provided in the paper and case studies here.

You read at this blog that 2010 was likely not the hottest year ever several weeks ago. Twenty years from now, the saga of scientists "adjusting" raw data to conform to a hypothesis of global warming will be used in college "history of science" classes as an example of scientific malpractice. 

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