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    "Researcher: NASA hiding climate data."

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-climate-data/



    Well that is only to be expected they have been nailed already by letting data out and then had to change their own results. I am sure you all remember the thread were I showed you NASA had to change their results to show that not 6 of the 10 hottest years were not in the last 10 years but that only 2 were and most of the rest fell all thw way down to before the 1930s.

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    Here is another example of NASA getting it wrong and then having to admit to it and change their findings.


    http://www.heartland.org/publication...SA_Admits.html

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    Annnnd another example of NASA getting it wrong:


    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle2271629.ece

    "Some of America's top scientists have admitted that the calculations they used to show an increase in the country's temperatures were flawed, after a campaign by an amateur meteorologist using his blog.

    Climatologists at Nasa's Goddard Institute of Space Science in New York have been forced to revise their estimations after research from Stephen MacIntyre, who published his findings on his Climate Audit site."


    Hey folks I know what you are thinking, that this is part of this latest email scandel well this happen in 2007. It is clear this kind of thing has been going on for some time.

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    I just have to aks a simple question. If you are a government agency and your results follow the data correctly then why would you have a problem releasing ALL the data. It should not take filing the "Freedom of Information" to get this information much less having to sue them for it.

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