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  1. My reply:

    This question would better be worded: Why are climate scientists accused of always adjusting past temperature data in favor of global warming?
    This accusation is not limited to global warming skeptics. Former U.N. IPCC chmn. Robert Wilson once uttered the soundbyte about temperature data tampering:
    “The mistakes all appear to have gone in the direction of making it seem like climate change is more serious by overstating the impact. That is worrying. The IPCC needs to look at this trend in the errors and ask why it happened.”

    Robert Watson (scientist) – Wikipedia (
    IPCC ‘must investigate report bias’ (

    By now data tampering to bolster the CO2 greenhouse warming narrative is literally the stock and trade of NOAA and NASA. Too bad, they seem immune to criticism and have no plans to retract their fraudulent data or apologize. There’s too much money at stake, so they let the gigantic climate alarmist agitprop industry generate cover stories instead.

    Too bad, they still can’t hide the fact that U.S. temps peaked in 1930–40 while atmospheric CO2 was low, and tanked in 1960–77 while it was high. Instead they like to show a graph starting in the late 1800s and ending this year, with the end points bracketing everything in the middle, allowing them to draw a fakey “trend line” right through the roller-coaster graph, as if it’s the real data not a computer-generated line for purposes of whitewashing. They really want you to project the trend line to 2100 and wet your pants with sheer terror as you pull out your wallet to pay them to save you, or actually, your descendants.

    Visualizing NOAA/NASA US Data Tampering (
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    Yes, NOAA must adjust data — but its climate record really is quite wrong (
    Lower 48 States Just Experienced the Warmest Winter on Record | The Weather Channel (
    UN calls for international tax to raise $400 billion to finance development needs (

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