If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit

Global warming models don’t jibe with actual historical temperature recordings, so scientists blame errors in collecting the data.

When you have trillions of dollars at stake, all being funneled to your friends and into your own pockets, you can’t exactly admit that the models supporting all that spending (and, far more important to some, the centralized control it gives governments) are fucked up, can you?


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4 responses to “If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit

    • RealTorme

      “Most of the Northeast is expected to get more snowfall than normal, though it will be below normal in New England.” That’s interesting.

    • Ya know, somewhere in my collection of draft posts here is one on the Farmer’s Almanac’s prediction for this summer in the Northeast: far hotter than normal, heavy rain. I tucked it away thinking I’d drag it out after we saw how the summer turned out, and now that we’ve had the coolest summer in decades, I can’t find it.
      But regardless, while I’ll keep my snowshoes handy, I won’t toss them in my truck, ready to go, just yet.

      (UPDATE) Here we go: the Almanac predicted a “miserable” summer for our region. I find it annoying that the press always gives coverage to these sort of predictions when they’re made, but then never comes back to see how they turned out – global warming “tipping points”, for instance.

  1. AJ

    ‘The scandal of fiddled global warming data

    The US has actually been cooling since the Thirties, the hottest decade on record’

    When future generations try to understand how the world got carried away around the end of the 20th century by the panic over global warming, few things will amaze them more than the part played in stoking up the scare by the fiddling of official temperature data. There was already much evidence of this seven years ago, when I was writing my history of the scare, The Real Global Warming Disaster. But now another damning example has been uncovered by Steven Goddard’s US blog Real Science, showing how shamelessly manipulated has been one of the world’s most influential climate records, the graph of US surface temperature records published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

    Goddard shows how, in recent years, NOAA’s US Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) has been “adjusting” its record by replacing real temperatures with data “fabricated” by computer models. . . .”