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Old 04-05-2010, 10:44 AM   #1
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......there is much more good news for Ken today. Not only did his electric vehicle propaganda take a beating, but it looks like the climate data from the 'Cult of Global Warming' he heads has taken another thrashing recently:


"We've suspected for years that NASA's Dr. James Hansen, head of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, has cooked the books. When he refused to turn over the algorithms he used to "adjust" the raw data we suspected something was up. When they refused to turn over the raw data we knew something was up. When it was discovered they were dropping whole data sets to get the results they wanted they pretty much proved it. But now they're admitting their data is pretty much useless:

NASA was able to put a man on the moon, but the space agency can't tell you what the temperature was when it did. By its own admission, NASA's temperature records are in even worse shape than the besmirched Climate-gate data.
Perhaps that was because James Hansen was in charge of data manipulation fraud corrections.

E-mail messages obtained by a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that NASA concluded that its own climate findings were inferior to those maintained by both the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU) -- the scandalized source of the leaked Climate-gate e-mails
Wow, that takes a lot. Why do we let just one or two people review this? Everything should be "open source" and reviewable by anyone!

The e-mails from 2007 reveal that when a USA Today reporter asked if NASA's data "was more accurate" than other climate-change data sets, NASA's Dr. Reto A. Ruedy replied with an unequivocal no. He said "the National Climatic Data Center's procedure of only using the best stations is more accurate," admitting that some of his own procedures led to less accurate readings.
Everyone has weak moments and let down their guard, glad to see Ruedy still remembers the truth.

"My recommendation to you is to continue using NCDC's data for the U.S. means and [East Anglia] data for the global means," Ruedy told the reporter.
And we now know that about 3 out of the 4 climate data sets are either inaccurate or corrupted and the fourth set has not been investigated yet. Christopher Horner



I'll tell ya, today just isn't going well for Kenny!
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Old 04-05-2010, 12:20 PM   #2
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I will happily spew my co2 ZRX exhaust about the fruited plain until they stop draining the earth of dino-juice.
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Old 04-05-2010, 02:17 PM   #3
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I will happily spew my co2 ZRX exhaust about the fruited plain until they stop draining the earth of dino-juice.

Oh absolutely, my Hardley Driven Motorcycle converts fossil fuel to noise pollution without the useless production of horsepower quite well
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Old 04-06-2010, 03:44 AM   #4
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You're using facts to argue a religion. Good luck with that.

Every single piece of reliable data says the Earth is billions of years old. Doesn't stop the religious from saying it's 6,000 years old.

AGW is a religion. The EPA will cram ethanol down our throats and tell us CO2 is a pollutant until we're all driving hybrid scooters. And liberal bikers will blame "the corporations" for it.
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Old 04-06-2010, 05:38 AM   #5
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......there is much more good news for Ken today. Not only did his electric vehicle propaganda take a beating, but it looks like the climate data from the 'Cult of Global Warming' he heads has taken another thrashing recently:


"We've suspected for years that NASA's Dr. James Hansen, head of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, has cooked the books. When he refused to turn over the algorithms he used to "adjust" the raw data we suspected something was up. When they refused to turn over the raw data we knew something was up. When it was discovered they were dropping whole data sets to get the results they wanted they pretty much proved it. But now they're admitting their data is pretty much useless:

NASA was able to put a man on the moon, but the space agency can't tell you what the temperature was when it did. By its own admission, NASA's temperature records are in even worse shape than the besmirched Climate-gate data.
Perhaps that was because James Hansen was in charge of data manipulation fraud corrections.

E-mail messages obtained by a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that NASA concluded that its own climate findings were inferior to those maintained by both the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU) -- the scandalized source of the leaked Climate-gate e-mails
Wow, that takes a lot. Why do we let just one or two people review this? Everything should be "open source" and reviewable by anyone!

The e-mails from 2007 reveal that when a USA Today reporter asked if NASA's data "was more accurate" than other climate-change data sets, NASA's Dr. Reto A. Ruedy replied with an unequivocal no. He said "the National Climatic Data Center's procedure of only using the best stations is more accurate," admitting that some of his own procedures led to less accurate readings.
Everyone has weak moments and let down their guard, glad to see Ruedy still remembers the truth.

"My recommendation to you is to continue using NCDC's data for the U.S. means and [East Anglia] data for the global means," Ruedy told the reporter.
And we now know that about 3 out of the 4 climate data sets are either inaccurate or corrupted and the fourth set has not been investigated yet. Christopher Horner



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Longride, for the last time, any information that does not support climate change was paid for and manipulated by 'Big Oil'.

Any information that supports climate change was developed out of love and is not linked to profit in any way.

None.

Definitely has nothing to do with grant money.
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Old 04-06-2010, 05:45 AM   #6
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You AGW/electric car naysayers are all for the rack! Confess, you heretics!

And no telescopes allowed!
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