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  • hawcreek12 hawcreek12 Jan 11, 2013 9:23 AM Flag

    NASA caught 'adjusting' climate data, revelation has leftist MMGW moes in a tizzy

     

    Goddard :"The adjusted data is meaningless garbage. It bears no resemblance to the thermometer data it starts out as,"

    That's 'Goddard' as in Manned Space Flight Center at NASA.

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    • 1. Explain what is conservative about putting more poison in the air, and changing the balance, even if the amount of change is in dispute and you don't know? Conserve=conservative. Drive a car to your basic transportation needs, which mean economy cars for most=conservative. Using less energy and wasting less=conservative.
      2. Being left politically has nothing to do with science, now does it, faulty thinker.
      3. No one here is frenetic about it except you. No one is in a tizzy except you.
      4.Since the historic winning election for Pres Obama, I have been as relaxed as a cat lying on a warm sunny sidewalk on a cool day.

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    • HA ha the deniers are getting very desperate now, including OVERT lying.

      From the faux news story.

      ""But NOAA has adjusted the historical climate data many times, skeptics point out, most recently last October. The result, says popular climate blogger Steve Goddard: The U.S. now appears to have warmed slightly more than it did before the adjustment.""

      Goddard == climate blogger NOT the space center.

    • THAT "Goddard" that you quoted from FOX News is a blogger you liar.

      FOX News: " popular climate blogger Steve Goddard

 
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