Hacker exposes false global warming claims
Well I still believe that we should clean up our acts
The CRU, which plays a leading role in compiling UN reports and tracks long-term
changes in temperature, has repeatedly refused to provide detailed information about the data underlying the temperature records.
It is thought that this could have triggered the theft. Climate change sceptics claim that some of the leaked messages discuss ways of manipulating data that fails to comply
with the establishment view that climate change is real and is being driven by man.
The email suggesting ‘hiding the decline’ is purported to be from Phil Jones, the unit’s
He denied trying to mislead, telling the TGIF digital newspaper he had no idea what he
meant by the phrase.
‘That was an email from ten years ago,’ he said. ‘Can you remember the exact context of an email you wrote ten years ago?’
Another message has been interpreted as an attempt to control the publication of
research carried out by sceptical scientists.
One way of doing this would be by loading the panel of researchers who review papers ahead of publication with experts who are ‘on-message’.
Many years ago scientist tried to frighten us with a pending ice age, I lived through the time we had coal fires in every house in UK. The smog was awful and one could hardly see 5 meters in front of you. Then we had the thinning ozone layer that then led on to the green house effect and now we have the ice melting faster at the polar regions. At least today I am spared the awful smog of yesteryear, but the car fumes are toxic.
My wish is for clean air and I know humankind has the power to make that dream come true. I can see how our expanding population causes more pollution and we also have the power to stop or limit the pollutions that enter our oceans.
If there is not really a threat and the scientist have got it all wrong, what does it matter the direction of being made responsible for our pollution and we can see a problem our pollution and recklessness is causing to many species on this planet. Less fish in the sea, ruined coral poisonous chemicals in our rivers and lakes.
In my mind I see scientist giving us a wake up call we really need to be responsible and clean up our act.
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