OK, climate sceptics: here’s the raw data you wanted – environment – 28 July 2011 – New Scientist

More disinformation reports:

OK, climate sceptics: here’s the raw data you wanted – environment – 28 July 2011 – New Scientist:
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20739-ok-climate-sceptics-heres-the-raw-data-you-wanted.html

Yeah right. Never mind that even with what they had already released, more than one climate scientist tore their conclusions to shreds.

So Climategate didn’t make a difference, but trying to use this tactic to divert attention from the real point of the scandal does not help their case, it makes it worse.

Now the question is, if this data really “proves” their unproven story, then why Climategate in the first place? Climategate showed that no matter what the data, they’re willing to tilt it, skewer it, and cover up the parts they don’t like, and use the anonymous cloak of peer review for censorship by stealth.

So how can we trust any of them without complete transparency?

“Trust me” will not work anymore, the cover is blown. And the same gang that was caught red-handed in the cookie jar is telling us this is the data.

OK, climate sceptics: here’s the raw data you wanted – environment – 28 July 2011 – New Scientist

More disinformation reports:

OK, climate sceptics: here’s the raw data you wanted – environment – 28 July 2011 – New Scientist:
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn20739-ok-climate-sceptics-heres-the-raw-data-you-wanted.html

Yeah right. Never mind that even with what they had already released, more than one climate scientist tore their conclusions to shreds.

So Climategate didn’t make a difference, but trying to use this tactic to divert attention from the real point of the scandal does not help their case, it makes it worse.

Now the question is, if this data really “proves” their unproven story, then why Climategate in the first place? Climategate showed that no matter what the data, they’re willing to tilt it, skewer it, and cover up the parts they don’t like, and use the anonymous cloak of peer review for censorship by stealth.

So how can we trust any of them without complete transparency?

“Trust me” will not work anymore, the cover is blown. And the same gang that was caught red-handed in the cookie jar is telling us this is the data.


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