Discussion in 'Environment' started by SpidermanTuba, Jan 22, 2010.
NASA: 2009 tied for 2nd-warmest year, 00s hottest decade too
Guess you missed this little news flash, Skippy:
Climategate goes American: NOAA, GISS and the mystery of the vanishing weather stations – Telegraph Blogs
Yup....NASA and NOAA have been faking the numbers, too.
Delingpole had previously bought into the globalclimatecoolerwarmering scam.
You lose, Buckwheat.
Faking numbers, hiding stations and taking more temp readings from urban areas.
They have an agenda and they keep getting caught.
Move on... it was hotter during the dark ages....
So then its pretty obvious his claim of being right all the time can't be true, isn't it?
Its all a big conspiracy! Black helicopters! Black helicopters! Black helicopters! Black helicopters!
Damned urban temperature stations with their inner city lingo! I can't understand what they are saying.
Refute the evidence presented.
Oh yeah....You can't.
If the only person with the "evidence" is someone who is a proven liar in the first sentence on their page:
"James Delingpole is a writer, journalist and broadcaster who is right about everything"
then you don't have anything.
Does it strike you as at all strange that NASA, the agency in charge of Space Flight, and Rockets is using land based temperature measuring stations which they proclaim to be innaccurate since they must adjust the readings for accuracy?
Does it strike you as odd that NASA, the agency in charge of space flight, ignors the opportunity to use perfectly good satellites to collect data?
Does it stike you as odd that NASA, the agency in charge of space flight, is getting funding to study climate?
All of these things strike me as being odd.
All of that aside, though, the current warming trend started before the Industrial Revolution started. This means the uptick in the warming started BEFORE the uptick in the CO2. What makes you think that the warming which started without the aid of Anthropogenic CO2 requires Anthropogenic CO2 to continue?
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