Here's Some More on the Climate Fraud, Oh and The Truth
Marc Sheppard writing for the American Thinker today write about Phil Jones of the Hockey Stick Graph fraud with reports of BBC Q&A with the man himself here. Well, maybe the planet hasn't been warming for the last 15 years.
Next from Times Online, an article based on research by many scientists concludes that much of the data used to prove AGW (Anthropogenic Global Warming) is flawed and unreliable. Seems that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says the evidence that the world is warming was “unequivocal”. Not so, say many scientists including Canada's own Ross McKitrick, professor of economics at the University of Guelph, Canada. Seems the climate data is polluted. He and Anthony Watts, an American meteorologist and climate change sceptic have looked in to the locations of the weather stations that the AGW clowns are relying on to make their trumped up predictions.
They found that some are next to air- conditioning units or are on waste treatment plants. One of the most infamous shows a weather station next to a waste incinerator. Some examples overseas include the weather station at Rome airport, which catches the hot exhaust fumes emitted by taxiing jets, and in Britain, a weather station at Manchester airport, built when the surrounding land was mainly fields but is now surrounded by heat-generating buildings. Hmmm!! Makes you wonder what else they have up their sleeves to prove their point. When you know the answer already, do the facts matter much? Apparently not.
And Mona Charen at NRO National Review Online has an article about "Liberals and the Scientific Method".
As she notes: "It isn’t the snow outside that has discredited global warming. It’s the chill the warmists have imposed on scientific inquiry. They are acting as enforcers of orthodoxy, not seekers of truth."
Of course, today since this is an issue raised by the liberals, they have their conclusion, and facts are not important, if they do not support the conclusions. Don't try to kid me into believing that this strategy is not enticing to the conservatives as it suits them as well.