Climategate The Plot Thickensby Jonathan DuHamel on Dec. 19, 2009, under Climate change, technology
Here’s some of the news that our Main Stream Media didn’t report.
Russian IEA claims CRU tampered with climate data – cherrypicked warmest stations
“On Tuesday, the Moscow-based Institute of Economic Analysis (IEA) issued a report claiming that the Hadley Center for Climate Change based at the headquarters of the British Meteorological Office in Exeter (Devon, England) had probably tampered with Russian-climate data. The IEA believes that Russian meteorological-station data did not substantiate the anthropogenic global-warming theory. Analysts say Russian meteorological stations cover most of the country’s territory, and that the Hadley Center had used data submitted by only 25% of such stations in its reports.”
Source: http://en.rian.ru/papers/20091216/157260660.html Scroll about half way down the page.
Global weather dataset being systematically corrupted
“For the past six days, several climate scientists have discovered an alarming trend: clear evidence of alteration of historical data at weather stations around the world, in order to support the contention of anthropogenic global warming (AGW). The changes appear to affect the Global Historical Climate Network (GHCN), a project of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climate Data Center.”
Antarctic GHCN uses single warmest station instead of whole dataset
“Of all the stations available in the antarctic, GHCN has chosen to use a single station on the Antarctic Peninsula to represent an entire continent of the earth for the past 17 years. But it’s not just any station, it’s a special one. Rothera Point has the single highest trend of any of the adjusted station data.”
Computer programmer makes case that release of files from CRU was an inside job.
How Wikipedia’s green doctor rewrote 5,428 climate articles
Politicians take note: It could be that all the sound and fury over climate change is based on bad data. For traders in carbon credits: the house of cards is beginning to fall and your market may be the next multi-billion dollar bubble to burst.