Re: [asa] Global Warming 'Deniers' Article 'Highly Contrived' per Newsweek Editor

From: PvM <>
Date: Mon Aug 13 2007 - 13:15:29 EDT

Faulty sources? Let's assume for a moment that all these sources are
faulty, are these the only sources for global temperature data? Of
course not. Finding fault with some of these data sources ignores the
process that is used to correct these data for biases and trends not
related to climate.

The 'data' you quoted shows many more confusions and misleading
arguments, such as that global warming ended in 1998 and other non

Much ado about nothing indeed. McIntyre embarrassed himself with
making much of a small and minor adjustment to the data. Global
warming deniers, unfamiliar with the science involved, jumped on board
decrying foul and scandal. And who should be embarrassed?

Tim Lambert, who already exposed McIntyre's minor adjustments, now
continues to show the scientific vacuity of global warming deniers

For instance NASA reported

<quote>While temperatures in the United States were the warmest in at
least 40 years, final figures aren't complete, NASA said. But, the
agency added, it is clear that 1998 did not match the record warmth of
1934, which occurred during the Dust Bowl era.</quote>

Ouch.... Lambert is a force to be reckoned with

On 8/13/07, Janice Matchett <> wrote:
> At 12:45 PM 8/13/2007, PvM wrote:
> Note how janice still seems confused about the difference between US and
> global data ~ Pim
> @ You continue to embarrass yourself:
> "...Note that it is supposed to reflect the hottest years on the whole
> earth - not just the USA.
> Also note the faulty sources they used to collect the data in the first
> place.
> 55 posted on 08/13/2007 10:46:21 AM EDT by Matchett-PI (
> ~ Janice

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