A Disturbing Addition to Climategate

February 3, 2010 at 16:14 (Environmental, Global Warming, Gripe, Politics, Science)

I think this is all hooey anyway, but Walter Williams has more on it. Climate changes. People need to get over it. Climate changes quickly and mysteriously. Again, get over it. Things change, we adapt, things change again, we adapt again. Suck it up, people. Does anyone really believe that there is any such thing as a static climate? Really??

I know evidence won’t sway anyone because there have been graphs and revelations galore and people keep yakking about it. And again, I say don’t stink the place up, so good call on trying to reduce pollution and be efficient. That’s great. And if you want to prepare for inevitable climate change, even better! But don’t try and use this man-made global warming scam. For those of you not in the know, global warming is a money-maker for some, a career-maker for others, and a great way to use people’s natural fear of change and disaster as a method of control.

Again – let’s just get over it.

The Coleman documentary presents research by computer expert E. Michael Smith and Certified Consulting Meteorologist Joseph D’Aleo. During the 1960s and into the 1980s, the number of stations used for calculating global surface temperatures was about 6,000. By 1990, the number of stations dropped rapidly to about 1,500. Most of the stations lost were in the colder regions of the Earth. Not adjusting for their lost made temperatures appear to be higher than was in fact the case. According to Science & Environmental Policy Project, Russia reported that CRU was ignoring data from colder regions of Russia, even though these stations were still reporting data. That means data loss was not simply the result of station closings but deliberate decisions by CRU to ignore them in order to hype their global warming claims. D’Aleo and Smith report that our NCDC engaged in similar deceptive activity where they have dropped stations, particularly in colder climates, higher elevations or closer to the polar regions. Temperatures are now simply projected for these colder stations from other stations, usually in warmer climates.

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