Climategate hits NASA

According to Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, three out of the four main temperature data sets in the world are irrevocably corrupted or even fabricated. And NASA’s data set can’t really be used because they took their data from CRU (East Anglia), where this whole Climategate mess began. Not only that, there has been significant collusion between climate scientists and reporters to keep the alarmist message on track.

Heck, it’s being argued that NASA themselves knew their data was poor, but did they tell us that?

Pajamas has a few good articles on this. We also see Lord Monckton having a go at the Nature editorial staff, too.

The once-respected science journal Nature recently published a whining editorial to the effect that climate scientists are not criminals, really; that attacks on them by increasingly-skeptical news media are soooo unfair; and that the fundamental science showing that the planet is doomed unless the economies of the West are shut down at once is unchallengeable.

No doubt most climate scientists are not criminals. However, some are. Many of the two dozen Climategate emailers, who have for years driven the IPCC process, tampered with peer review in the learned journals, and fabricated, altered, concealed, or destroyed scientific data are criminals. Whether they or Nature like it or not, they will eventually stand trial, and deservedly so.

Here’s a neat video, too.

Even some who bought the man-made global warming line must surely be having doubts as to whether to rush in gigantic climate taxes.

*cross-posted at James Board

6 Responses to “Climategate hits NASA”

  1. Carpe Jugulum Says:

    It must be terrible for the warmenistas to see their cult collapse…………… 🙂 ………Woooo Hoooo

  2. drewski Says:

    Competitive Enterprise Institute — now there is an unimpeachable source. Why not go straight to Exxon for information rather than through their middle man or why don’t you reference Rush Limbaugh or Fox News? Better yet why not produce some science that once and for all states that adding millions of tons of heat trapping gasses into the atmosphere on a daily basis (gasses that do not disperse for centuries) will NOT affect our climate or environment.

    • J.M. Heinrichs Says:

      In the same vein, how much are you paid to visit selected sites and post unscientific drivel?


    • thefrollickingmole Says:

      Id be pretty careful in using claims of “teh eeevil oil companies funding” = AGW skeptics.

      Have you seen the amount of money floating around in carbon trading already? Before its gone global… here let me help you.

      Now just imagine how much better it will run under the incorruptable UN…..

    • bingbing Says:

      I note that you completely failed to attack the actual argument itself. How unsurprising.

    • Carpe Jugulum Says:


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