Climate data you won't hear many places
POSTED: Monday, June 23, 2014 - 5:47pm
UPDATED: Monday, June 30, 2014 - 3:50pm
CNN reported, in a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken away some of the Obama administration's authority to tighten emission standards for greenhouse gases. I think that is good news.
There was other news published this weekend you won't hear on many news outlets. The Telegraph reported the U.S. has been cooling since the 1930s. They report that was the hottest decade on record.
Remember back in the 30s when grandpa spilled gasoline filling up his SUV? Me either.
Christopher Booker wrote: 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. 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.
You really need to see what Mr. Booker reported.
It's always good to hear what the other side thinks, although the other side never reports it.
That's my POV, what's yours?