Data Tampering, the New Scientific Method

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    Tampering with the data has apparently worked so well for mann, hansen, jones, et al that it seems to have become the new "scientific method".

    NDIC has jumped on the bandwagon.

    Breaking News : NSIDC Gets In The Data Tampering Act | Real Science

    This graph from approximately 9:00 am on april 16, 2012

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    later in the day, they changed the data to look more like this:

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    An overlay of the two graphs reveals that not only did they cut off the last part of the ice growth, but they raised the bar for the 1979 - 2000 standard.

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    In addition, it seems that the satellite data for sea level has been undergoing some cosmetic work of its own. Here is a graph showing the various years of data and the progressive changes in the upward direction that have been done.

    THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Analysis finds satellite data has been continuously 'adjusted' to exaggerate sea level rise

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    the NSIDC answered Watts query about that with an explanation that would not cause those effects. apparently they are averaging every point with the four days previous to cut down the wiggle at the end points. that should not affect the 1979-2000 average. the new 'adjustments' were not supposed to be online yet.

    the satellite producing the Envisat data has been lost. they quickly jacked up recent data by a significant amount and the next satellite that comes on line will be calibrated against the new 'fixed' readings. same old story.
     
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    LOL.......who's losing in this forum??:D
     
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    the warmists may be in a bunker but they are still pumping out disinformation that could trick those that are too lazy to investigate.
     
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    Ian and Wirebender FTMFW!!! These guys dominate this forum with posts that nuke the obsolete crap posted up by the environmental radicals. The radicals who spend their lives posting up stuff from the dinosaur age of global warming bomb throwing.

    Domination!!!!!!!!


    Sheeeeeeeeeeeeet.............at least you'd think the k00ks would post up something a bit more compelling!!!!


    Losing.
     
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    a more complete response from Walt Meier is up at WUWT. NSIDC’s oops moment – uncoordinated changes make for an interesting 24 hours | Watts Up With That?

    Willis has a great comment to the response-

     
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    The issue is still not settled. Steven Goddard downloaded the high res NSIDC map and pixel counted the excess areas vs the deficient ones. The count was 3544 pixels in the excess column and 2941 in the deficient column. They should be showing arctic sea ice slightly above normal rather than below normal.

    A Look At The High Resolution NSIDC Map | Real Science

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