NOAA Adjusts Time To Match The Agenda

A few months ago they claimed that they didn’t know how many people died in tornadoes prior to 1950. This memory loss conveniently avoided the period when the vast majority of tornado deaths occurred, and allowed them to claim that 2011 was the worst year on record. Of course this was a complete lie, as NOAA knows how many people died in tornadoes going back to at least 1875

Now they claim that they don’t know drought conditions prior to 12 years ago. In business, this is known as fraud.


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6 Responses to NOAA Adjusts Time To Match The Agenda

  1. Latitude says:

    The U.S. population has increased about 10 times since then….
    ….that makes more targets

  2. suyts says:

    Yeh, it is quite plain to see there exists a clear advocacy for an agenda at NOAA. Its sad.

  3. gator69 says:

    “We’ve always been at war with Eastasia.”

  4. Andy WeissDC says:

    When NOAA’s agenda was to demonstrate how many lives they were saving, they were more than happy to talk about high tornado death tolls prior to 1950. Now it’s become more important to prove that “climate change” has made tornadoes stronger, so they have thrown the high pre-1950 death tolls under the bus.

  5. Dave N says:

    It cuts both ways: the more they forget the past, the less they can claim any kind of trend exists. Well they can claim them, but it sure isn’t science.

  6. Wayne Ward (truthsword) says:

    Waiting for the faithful to come and defend this…. wait they usually don’t show up on these threads…

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