What infuriates me is that, despite the deceit that has been exposed by ClimateGate and now this report about NASA junk science, the Obama Government is still actively pursuing legislation to pass Cap & Trade. And to make matters worse, the usual suspect...Senator Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC)...is right in there with Obama pushing for it.
Cap & Tax is on President Obama's Progressive Agenda and nothing, NOTHING, is going to stop it if he has anything to do with it. Global warming skepticism is rising in the GOP (Graham excluded) and among Americans in general. But if we can use ObamaCare as an example, this will not mean one hill of beans with the Obama Administration who continues to shove government-run health care down our throats as we kick and scream in revulsion.
Open wide, folks, because Cap & Tax is the next thing on the Progressive Menu...along with a side order of Amnesty (but that's another story). I don't know about you, but I've had my fill and I'm ready to puke.
Climategate Stunner: NASA Heads Knew NASA Data Was Poor, Then Used Data from CRU
By Charlie Martin
New emails from James Hansen and Reto Ruedy (download PDF here) show that NASA's temperature data was doubted within NASA itself, and was not independent of CRU's embattled data, as has been claimed.
Email messages obtained by the Competitive Enterprise Institute via a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that the climate dataset of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) was considered — by the top climate scientists within NASA itself — to be inferior to the data maintained by the University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit (CRU).
The NASA scientists also felt that NASA GISS data was inferior to the National Climate Data Center Global Historical Climate Network (NCDC GHCN) database.
These emails, obtained by Christopher Horner, also show that the NASA GISS dataset was not independent of CRU data.
Further, all of this information regarding the accuracy and independence of NASA GISS data was directly communicated to a reporter from USA Today in August 2007.
The reporter never published it. Read more...Via: Gateway Pundit
Via: Pajamas Media
Via: Free Republic