New findings that show scientist might be tampering with temperature measurements in order to bolster the Global Warming hoax are causing many to believe we’re on the cusp of a massive scandal.
From the Telegraph UK:
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically “adjusted” to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.
Two weeks ago, under the headline “How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming”, I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.
This was only the latest of many examples of a practice long recognised by expert observers around the world – one that raises an ever larger question mark over the entire official surface-temperature record.
You think all those hypocritical limousine liberals are gonna apologize for trying to indoctrinate us all into their hoax? I doubt it.
The definite nature of these measurements have been called into question before, since it’s difficult to figure out just how to get an “average” temperature measurement all around the world, especially since we haven’t really tried to gather data to do that for very long. Even so, this would make it much worse.
Of much more serious significance, however, is the way this wholesale manipulation of the official temperature record – for reasons GHCN and Giss have never plausibly explained – has become the real elephant in the room of the greatest and most costly scare the world has known. This really does begin to look like one of the greatest scientific scandals of all time.
Expect to hear more about this in the future.