Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Mammoth Iceberg and Australia on Collision Course

Fears are rising in Australia that the island continent, like the Titanic, may sink into the Pacific Ocean after being struck by the gigantic iceberg, B17B. The killer berg broke from an Antarctic ice shelf in 2000 and is headed directly for Oz... or maybe not.






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Obama Disappoints... Norwegians

Not only is Obama headed to Norway to accept the Nobel Peace Prize while ordering 30,000 American warriors to the Afghanistan War, he is doing something totally unexpected and out of character. Obama has turned down an opportunity to bow before the King of Norway.
"Of all the things he is cancelling, I think the worst is cancelling the lunch with the king," said Siv Jensen, the leader of the largest party in opposition, the populist Progress party. "This is a central part of our government system. He should respect the monarchy." Guardian
Couldn't be because King Harald V is a white European and as the head of the Church of Norway, a Christian... nah, that couldn't be it.




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Sunday, December 06, 2009

Network Climategate Silence Broken by CBS

CBS News, after 15 days, has broken the silence kept by the three major US news broadcast networks on the Climategate email release indicating collusion and fraud amongst climate researchers at East Anglia University, England. Kimberly Dozier reports:


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Dozier writes in her article at CBS,

The e-mails show some of the world's top experts decided to exclude or manipulate some research that didn't help prove global warming exists.

1998 was the hottest year since record-keeping began...but the temperature went down the next year, and it's only spiked a couple times since.

An e-mail exchange in 1999 shows scientists worked hard to demonstrate an upward trend. They talk of using a "trick" to "hide the decline" in global temperatures.

It worked like this: when temperature readings extrapolated from tree rings showed what looked like a decline in temperatures from the 1980s to the present, the scientists added in measurements taken later by more modern instruments, which gave them the answer they wanted.

The scientists say the e-mails are being misinterpreted.
From Betsy's Page today, Garbage in, Garbage out, the BBC investigated the base coding that was used to collate the climate data.


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Dominoes of fraud are falling faster than temperatures.



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