Climate Scientists form a theory and then alter the data to match their theory


Tony Heller (aka Steve Goddard of realclimatescience/deplorable climate science blog) was recently down-under to do presentations at Australian Parliament House (link) and in Sydney (link) has recently produced a Youtube presentation (see below)

Hiding The Warmth Of The 1940's
Of the above two graphs, Tony asks:
Which graph is real?


Canberra Times: 18/7/1963

Tony produces newspaper cuttings from the late thirties and early forties (1:20) showing warming
was causing glacier melt; the 60s showing glacier growth.


Data massaging/manipulation:


Tony goes on to show why they had to get rid of the blip and explains that this is not how science should be done. Climate science is done backwards. They form a theory and then alter the data to match their theory.








Comments

  1. "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." (Sherlock Holmes- Scandal in Bohemia, 1892). Holmes must have known a few Climate Scientists in his time.

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  2. Don't bother publishing this. You're an idiot and a dangerous, ignorant lunatic. And you'll probably think comments like this corroborate your point of view on the climate.

    Stop picking and choosing your data and look at the big picture, and listen to what people who really know what they're talking about are telling you.

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    1. "You're an idiot and a dangerous, ignorant lunatic."

      Why attack the man with false accusations. If you can, try to address the science in the post.

      No wonder you commented anonymously.

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    2. Further evidence as shown in this email from Wigley to Jones (2009).
      They finally got rid of 'the blip'.
      http://di2.nu/foia/1254108338.txt

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