Original Version Of The GISS Graph Has Been Restored

It now has the original file date, too. I’d sure like to know who modified the file on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at 6:33:14 PM.

http://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/briefs/hansen_07/

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9 Responses to Original Version Of The GISS Graph Has Been Restored

  1. Al Gored says:

    Wow! That was fast. Congratulations Steven. They are responding to you and to the ‘evil’ blogosphere.

    Now, how will they cover their tracks on this coverup?

    And, more importantly, how will they explain the 1930s?

  2. Pingback: Controversial NASA temperature graphic morphs into garbled mess | Watts Up With That?

  3. glacierman says:

    Well, we could file a FOIA but we all know how that will get treated.

    • glacierman says:

      But it will provide a great opportunity to set up a new review committee who will work really hard investigating why the FOIA law was not followed and then demonstrate the innocence of those involved. I love reruns.

  4. suyts says:

    Hmm…. that was strange.

  5. Richard says:

    Storm in a tea cup I suspect. In computing it is quite normal for a ‘Restore’ from a previous ‘Backup’ to revert the file to exactly what it was before any corruption. This looks like the kind of data that you would get if the disk on which the file resides had a low level corruption in it. When it was noticed/pointed out someone did a ‘Restore’ and all is back to where it was.

  6. Marv says:

    I am just a novice regarding weather analysis so bear with me, but I noticed that the two charts comparing anomalies of U.S. and World Temperatures are at different scales. If you are actually comparing them shouldn’t the scale be the same? If the charts were at the same scale, then wouldn’t the global increase in temperatures look much less significant.

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