If there is no decline to hide…

Then why are scientists truncating data that stretches back much further than their graphs show?  Surely it isn’t because of some inconvenient truth. Is it?

Is there some climate scientist finishing school where the students are taught that if they encounter data that does not support their pre-determined theory they should just erase it from the record?

4 Responses to “If there is no decline to hide…”


  1. 1 graham wood 25/04/2011 at 9:07 am

    Fortunately for us, its the Royals who are galloping to the rescue of our threatened Planet from AGW. Must be Royal Wedding fever!

    Yes, this was actually reported by the MSM – presumably because they believe it – as I posted on EUReferendum Blog:

    “In line with the Prince of Wales’s continuing efforts to tackle climate change, the lights illuminating the palace will be turned off at 12.30am on the night of the wedding in order to save energy”.

    I love the habitual reference to the “tackle” bit. Could anybody please explain what this means to a mere layman?

  2. 2 Rereke Whakaaro 25/04/2011 at 10:30 am

    Well, I would have thought it was obvious.

    If you consider today to be a fulcrum, around which temperatures are finely balanced, and if you expect the temperatures to go up in the future, then temperatures in the past must have been lower than they are today.

    The fact that historical records show that they were not only serves to prove that the historical records have been tainted by poor record keeping and faulty equipment, and are therefore in need of re-calibration in the light of what we currently know.

    It stands to reason that we cannot possibly go forward, basing decisions on data that we know to be faulty.

  3. 3 Climate Change Con....... 25/04/2011 at 12:44 pm

    Patrick J. Michaels – climatologist and a distinguished senior fellow in public policy at George Mason University, and a senior fellow in environmental studies at the Cato Institute. Until 2007 he was research professor of environmental sciences at the University of Virginia, where he had worked from 1980

  4. 4 Climate Change Con....... 25/04/2011 at 12:52 pm

    John Christy – Professor of Atmospheric Science, and Director of the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, appointed Alabama’s state climatologist in 2000. For his development of a global temperature data set from satellites he was awarded NASA’s Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement, and the American Meteorological Society’s “Special Award.”.In 2002, Christy was elected Fellow of the American Meteorological Society.


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