dinsdag 15 december 2009
The "trick" used to "hide the decline," which alarmists have claimed was taken out of context, is actually worse when the context is included.
December 14, 2009 - by Charlie Martin
It’s been less than a month since the Climategate files were first disclosed, but they’ve already had a dramatic impact on the debate over climate change.
On the one hand is the dominant so-called consensus — that human emission of greenhouse gases has been the primary cause of an unprecedented warming of Earth’s climate. On the other hand, there has been an underground opposition trying to make itself heard. What the disclosure of the files did was demonstrate that these opposition voices had been suppressed unfairly and unscientifically.
As a result, the raw data that had been withheld is becoming available to outside researchers. This new openness is already having results.