Wanted: volunteers with bandwidth/storage to help save climate data
hugo at slabnet.com
Fri Dec 16 21:48:34 UTC 2016
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On Fri 2016-Dec-16 16:35:36 -0500, Rob McEwen <rob at invaluement.com> wrote:
>On 12/16/2016 3:30 PM, Ken Chase wrote:
>North Carolina is not banning science. It is banning absolutely
>preposterous and manipulated junk science.
>A 39-inch rise in the ocean levels over the next century is based on
>fear-mongering and junk science designed to scare politicians into
>increasing grant $$ from the federal government. It is not based on
>In fact, the sea levels continue to rise at the SAME TINY 2-4mm per
>year that they've been rising at for decades, with ZERO sign of an
>If global warming was real and cumulative - this shouldn't even be
>possible, based all that we've been told over the past 20 years.
>Every article that states that oceans rising at alarmingly faster
>rates - due to global warming - either lie about or manipulate the
>the data... or they grab one relatively small short term spike and
>extrapolates from that.
>Meanwhile, dozens of sea-level rising predictions from so-called
>credible scientists have not only failed, but failed by order of
>magnitudes, and again, relied upon junk science. True science makes
>"risky predictions" and is willing to throw out the theory when that
>theories "risky predictions" don't come true.
>But I truly due hope that this collection process is successful
>because I hope that ALL of this (mostly) manipulated data gets
>recorded for posterity so that (honest) scientists a century from now
>can do extensive studies on how/why science became so political and
>manipulated as they look back on the first few decades of the 21st
>century's slide into a strong long-term cooling trend, due to long
>term cyclical sun cycles.
>This is not a victim-less crime. This manipulation of the data by
>global warmongers harms people because is miscalculates resources and
>damages the economy. Does that mean we should spew toxic waste into
>rivers or streams or spew smog into the air? Of course not. But
>global warming and CO2 being a cause of it... and "oceans rising" has
>MUCH junk science behind it.
>Still, I hope this data is preserved. The truth will win out in the
>long term. (as is already starting to happen)
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