From Russia With Love … More Manipulated Data for Climate-Gate … Only 34% Believe Global Warming Caused by Man
From Russia With Love …
Is it possible that Climate-gate could get any worse? According to The UK Telegraph and Big Government.com, they answer is yes. Add a Russian bombshell to the Climate-gate scandal. In essence, the Russian IEA claims CRU tampered with climate data, cherrypicking the warmest stations. Yet another “Inconvenient Truth” for the global warming crowd. The question that needs to be asked at this point is, were any of the global warming data not fudged?
Of course we all know the real reason for global warming?
All this while Barack Obama heads to Copenhagen to address the conference. Once again Obama finds himself with some real bad timing and on the wrong side of history.
Settled science, eh? Hardly! How could anyone in good conscience not get to the bottom of this scandal before they commit billions to what looks like a scam.
The long and the short of it is best summarized by the Telegraph’s James Dellingpole: “What the Russians are suggesting here, in other words, is that the entire global temperature record used by the IPCC to inform world government policy is a crock.”
That is, we have yet further evidence that the data is being cooked to make the long-running claim of an increase in global temperatures, and now to diminish the apparent cooling of said temps. As the gang at EU referendum tout, “it is in Soviet Union that the CRU, NOAA, NASA show the greatest warming.”
The blame man for global warming crowd is losing support fast. Of course “Climate-gate” does not help and the exposing of emails that was manipulating data … but according to a recent Rasmussen poll, public skepticism about human activity causing global warming has reached an all-time high among Americans. Only 34% now believe man is the cause, while 50% believe global warming is a result of planatary trends.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 50% of likely voters now believe that global warming is caused primarily by long-term planetary trends.
Just 34% say climate change is due primarily to human activity, even as President Obama and other world leaders gather at a UN summit to limit the human activity they blame for global warming. Six percent (6%) say there is some other reason for global warming, and 10% are not sure.