Monday, August 13, 2007

NASA kills Global Warming Movement

A month ago the title for this blog entry would have been wistful thinking, today it is merely jumping the gun. I nearly wrote something about this story last week, but held off, as I was curious to see first if the midstream media would pick it up, or ignore it. Sadly, after a week, I only see editorials and opinion pieces like these from the National Post, Digital Journal, the Sun newspapers, and

If you're reading this, you probably already know that in late July or early August NASA quietly tried to correct faulty temperature data that supported the Human-caused Global Warming fraud. Al Gore used this data in his propaganda film, 'An Inconvenient Truth,' which purported to prove 7 of the 10 hottest years in the last 100 were after 1995. A Y2K bug in the data was discovered by Canadian researcher Steve McIntyre who published his findings on his website, McIntyre's website was subsequently crashed by pro-kyoto activists. (In 2003, McIntyre, along with economist Ross McKitrick demolished the IPCC's infamous hockeystick graph that suposedly proved there was a huge spike in global temperatures in the late 20th century.) The new data shows that five of the hottest 10 years were before World War II, and only 3 years in the last 10 were among the warmest: 1998, 1999, and 2000. But the warmest year was 1934.

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Another scandal the global warming hysterics would like to ignore is that many of the weather stations utilized by the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (G.I.S.S.) for their pro-global warming data are not scientifically reliable. Veteran meteorologist Anthony Watts has been traveling the continent examining these weather stations for himself; and guess what? So far many of the 227 sites he's examined so far have been incorrectly sited next to urban heat bubbles like waste treatment plants.

It's comes as absolutely no surprise to me that when contacted directly about this, the director of the G.I.S.S. and global warming hysteric James Hansen said he is not concerned about the long-term reliability of his institutes temperature readings.

I guess he's taken a page from global warming's high priest, Al Gore, who has publicly stated that it's ok to mislead the public in order to further the global warming cause.

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