Global warming scientists fudge data

By Klaus Rohrich

Thursday, August 16, 2007

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the UN body pushing for laws that would limit man-made carbon emissions through a series of ultra-draconian regulations aimed primarily at developed nations, has a dirty little secret: its scientists have fudged their data to make the global warming picture look worse than it actually is.

Full Story at CFP

One Response to “Global warming scientists fudge data”

  1. Ed Darrell Says:

    Climate data have frequent corrections for such problems. Has anyone checked to see, first, whether the data were adjusted, and second, whether unadjusted, if in error, the measurements from less than one-half of one percent of the stations used make a significant difference in any extrapolation of data?

    There is no indication of “fudging.” The article makes no case that anyone moved any station in order to make a case for global warming — in fact, in the case of China (where these stations are), fudging the data the opposite direction would be expected if there were fudging — a lot less trouble for China in that case.

    So, why would a nation fudge the data against its interest?

    Your source is silly. And probably wrong in his hyperventilated claims.

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