Skip to comments.New Global Warming Data Reveals Accurate “Hockey Stick” Graph
Posted on 02/26/2010 9:09:16 AM PST by KippLanham
The data underlying the famous hockey stick global warming graph has finally been found after having earlier been misplaced by leading climate researchers. The newly recovered data confirms the accuracy of the abrupt upward turn in readings characteristic of the hockey stick shape found in many global warming projections.
Read more: http://pajamasmedia.com/zombie/2010/02/25/new-global-warming-data-reveals-accurate-hockey-stick-graph/
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what a bunch of BS. Yea like of we found a bunch of voter registrations in some trunk. LOL I’m really going to trust these idiot after all this mess?
Good one! Hilarious!
So who can verify that the data input into the graph is not either wrong, made-up, or manipulated?
The inexcuseable part of all this, is the data they DESTROYED. If you are allowed to destroy actual data, you can form legitimate data to fit any paradigm you like.
Then we have the data was was modified (algorythym used is ‘lost’, and the origional data is discarded - so the raw data cannot be analyzed, questioned or investigated.
So, we have actual data, manufactured data, and a large pile of missing data. This does not include the data that exists, but these points do not support the theory they are proposing, thus that data (while not destroyed) is simply ignored.
Guys, that ain’t science.
Did you LOOK AT and READ the graph???
I think it is probably pretty accurate.
it’s a parody ~
No, it's HUMOR, satire, and pretty darn funny too.
It’s good to read the articles.
This is what happens when you comment without reading past the headline.
bump the decline
“If you are allowed to destroy actual data, you can form legitimate data to fit any paradigm you like.”
Figures don’t lie, but liars figure.
Probably found it next to the ACORN ballot boxes.
I didn’t have my glasses on and it was too small for me to read. I have since read it! Funny—but VERY accurate! Thanks for pointing that out to me.
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