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A newly-uncovered and monumental calculating error in official US government climate data shows beyond doubt that climate scientists unjustifiably added on a whopping one degree of phantom warming to the official "raw" temperature record. Skeptics believe the discovery may trigger the biggest of all “climate con” scandals in Congress and sound the death knell on American climate policy.
Independent data analyst, Steven Goddard, today (January 19, 2014) released his telling study of the officially adjusted and “homogenized” US temperature records relied upon by NASA, NOAA, USHCN and scientists around the world to “prove” our climate has been warming dangerously.
Goddard reports, “I spent the evening comparing graphs…and hit the NOAA motherlode.” His diligent research exposed the real reason why there is a startling disparity between the “raw” thermometer readings, as reported by measuring stations, and the “adjusted” temperatures, those that appear in official charts and government reports. In effect, the adjustments to the “raw” thermometer measurements made by the climate scientists “turns a 90 year cooling trend into a warming trend,” says the astonished Goddard.
I see the earth as a sperical mass with ever moving warm and cold areas. As currently, there are artic temps in the north america section, therefore there are warmer than normal temps in the areas that are in the lower section. These ever changing seasons occasionally get out of what we call 'normal'. I estimate that as the winter season comes closer to it's end and spring closes in, we will be in a somewhat short spring which will shift these temps 180 degrees of rotation. It only stands to reason that if artic air shifts off its 'normal' lines that warm air must move opposite of it in margins. Call it an artic shift, but history shows this has happened before, but effects can be more apparent with modern technology...
I am pretty sure this is the link principia-scientific
They are on the Climate Denier List so I will take this with a pinch of salt then wait and see if it the findings are confirmed. The article has been reprinted on several other sites but that is all I have found so far.edit on 22-1-2014 by Grimpachi because: (no reason given)
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No they wind up on the list after being busted for publishing or printing fraudulent info in their case they even published things attached to perpetual motion devices. It is red flag material. They may have real findings, but they may not. That puts them in a category where the information they publish needs to be verified.edit on 22-1-2014 by Grimpachi because: (no reason given)
Who has the most to gain if we decide to accept humans are influencing the climate and action is necessary? And who is most likely to worry about it?
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Or you could just click on the link to see for yourself. If you think a perpetual motion is just a little thing that should be overlooked then you certainly aren't very discriminatory of who is supplying information.
If the findings are verified then great that would be awesome news. If they can't be verified well then it will not be a surprise considering the source. They have been caught on more than one occasion for not being truthful but this time they could be telling the truth. Keep your fingers crossed.