Tag Archives: science corruption

Washington State abuses public-private partnerships for climate activism.

“If this is common practice, Washingtonians deserve more details about which outside groups fund Mr. Inslee’s policy team. Substitute the Koch brothers for the World Resources Institute, and the outrage would be predictable. This setup creates real concerns about accountability and interest-peddling. Mr. Schuler knows who pays him, and it’s not Washington taxpayers.” click here

New York State Temperature Data Tampering

“Whatever the reason for the adjustments, the climate record for New York State has been changed out of all recognition, and bears no resemblance to the actual official data.” click here

Changing Data Causes Global Warming, Not CO2

“Prior to recent data tampering by current government funded climate scientists, there was a Medieval Warm Period, and four degrees warming from 1830-1930 at Philadelphia, Montreal, Spitzbergen, Britain and Washington DC. Arctic warming was even greater.” click here

Sea Level Data Tampering

“In a new paper published in Earth Systems and Environment this month, Australian scientists Dr. Albert Parker and Dr. Clifford Ollier uncover evidence that Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) overseers appear to have been engaging in the “highly questionable” and “suspicious” practice of adjusting historical tide gauge data to show recent accelerated sea level rise where no such acceleration (or rise) exists.” click here

Bioscience Journal Should Retract Harvey et al 2017 Paper

“These records are a damning indictment that the “best available science” was not used to assess conservation status of polar bears under the ESA in 2008 and 2014 and show that I am not the only scientist who thinks Amstrup’s model is fatally flawed.” click here

NASA Changes the Past by Changing the Data

Source: NoTricksZone

A Litigious Climate Threatens Science

Litigation is what happens when scientists depart from a search for what is true or what is closer to reality (with mutual respect to other scientists who may disagree with them) to pursue political expediency in order to get their way.

“I’ve worked alongside climate researchers for decades. Almost all of them are ethical, dedicated to science and not particularly political. But some leading figures and organizations in this community are weakening the norms that make science robust. A lawsuit filed in September and recently made public is a case in point.” click here