If so-called “Global Warming” is the disaster for humanity that it is supposed to be, then why did the scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) throw away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based?
SCIENTISTS at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based.
It means that other academics are not able to check basic calculations said to show a long-term rise in temperature over the past 150 years.
The UEA’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) was forced to reveal the loss following requests for the data under Freedom of Information legislation.
The data were gathered from weather stations around the world and then adjusted to take account of variables in the way they were collected. The revised figures were kept, but the originals — stored on paper and magnetic tape — were dumped to save space when the CRU moved to a new building.
I guess either the scientists thought that no one would ever question their results or the data was flawed because it did not produce the politically intended result. Either way. If they were paid almost $20 Million for this research then you think they could have spent a few hundred dollars for a hard drive to back up that data that was collected for years?
Data that I thought was proof that all of humanity was doomed if we don’t immediately lay down to a world government that wants to impose draconian edicts that will bring us back from the edge of cataclysmic disaster!
Now Arnold Schwarzenegger is sucking up to Obama with some fantastic fantasies of his own.
Did anyone tell Arnold he is not in Hollywood any longer?
Watch this – and the kicker is they talk about water shortages!!!
The state’s water emergency is unfolding thanks to the latest mishandling of the Endangered Species Act. Last December, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued what is known as a “biological opinion” imposing water reductions on the San Joaquin Valley and environs to safeguard the federally protected hypomesus transpacificus, a.k.a., the delta smelt. As a result, tens of billions of gallons of water from mountains east and north of Sacramento have been channelled away from farmers and into the ocean, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres of arable land fallow or scorched.
For this, Californians can thank the usual environmental suspects, er, lawyers. Last year’s government ruling was the result of a 2006 lawsuit filed by the Natural Resources Defense Council and other outfits objecting to increased water pumping in the smelt vicinity. In June, things got even dustier when the National Marine Fisheries Service concluded that local salmon and steelhead also needed to be defended from the valley’s water pumps. Those additional restrictions will begin to effect pumping operations next year.
So here you have a government that shuts off the water to farmers – yet holds press conference after press conference telling us how we will be under water in a few short decades. We can only hope!!