Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Global Warming Scandal Keeps Getting Worse

This report comes from John Lott at Foxnews.com.

It looks like mainstream media are finally growing in the testicular region and starting to report what is really happening with the Global Warming scandal.

I wonder what Kevin Rudd thinks now of this "settled science".

Here is part of the Foxnews post. The rest is available at:


In a January 29 report, Joseph D’Aleo, the first Director of Meteorology and co-founder of the Weather Channel, and Anthony Watts, a meteorologist and founder of SurfaceStations found that starting in 1990, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) began systematically eliminating climate measuring stations in cooler locations around the world.

Yes, that's right. They began eliminating stations that tended to record cooler temperatures and drove up the average measured temperature.

The eliminated stations had been in higher latitudes and altitudes, inland areas away from the sea, as well as more rural locations. The drop in the number of weather stations was dramatic, declining from more than 6,000 stations to fewer than 1,500.

Their report provides examples of how the systematic elimination of stations and unexplained adjustments in temperature data caused measured temperatures to rise for Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Norway, Sweden, and the United States.

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