Global aftermath - Updated
Passing through but I have a few things to say.
Yeah, I've been having one of those weeks. Months. Consecutive periods of diurnal rotation. Or maybe not consecutive. Whatever.
Anyway, a couple more points on this global warming scandal.
First, it's not just about the emails. The program and data files included in the three thousand pages show that there is no way those numbers can produce those results.
Second, the CRU has admitted that many of the original data files no longer exist, and therefore can not be verified. Okay, they didn't admit the second. But it's true.
Third, the CRU still doesn't want people poking around the data that wasn't "hacked."
Fourth, there is only a very small handful of sources for climate data, and all of the "official" ones are playing the same games that the CRU at the University of East Anglia played.
It's not about saving the Earth or about science. It's about controlling people. And if people aren't allowed to question and the various governments use force to back up the proclamations, freedom will be gone.
Doesn't that make you wonder why the
Update - Regular reader BTHO pointed out on 24Feb2010 that the correct term is anthropogenic, not anthropomorphic.