Hansen : Taking The Enron Approach To Science

Hansen admits that he is intentionally influencing the data to generate desired results.

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The hardest part is trying to influence the nature of the measurements obtained, so that the key information can be obtained

NASA GISS: James E. Hansen

Here is some of his handiwork, influencing the historical measurements.

h/t to Tom Nelson and Marc Morano

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4 Responses to Hansen : Taking The Enron Approach To Science

  1. miked1947 says:

    The Gozenta effect! GIGO!

  2. phodges says:

    The hardest part is trying to influence the nature of the measurements obtained, so that the key information can be obtained

    Pure gold.

    And yet, people believe.

  3. tckev says:

    IMO
    Hansen’s propaganda assisted greatly in giving Obama the keys to the Whitehouse.

  4. Ben says:

    Thanks to Steven, I have a new hobby… adjusting citations in Hansen papers. These citations are not natural, and so are due to a (TIBS) Time-of-Inebriation-Bias.

    “Scientific Case for Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change
    to Protect Young People and Nature ”
    See pg.28 : http://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/docs/notyet/submitted_Hansen_etal.pdf

    Will the real citation please stand up?

    16. Zeebe, R. E., Zachos, J. C., and Dickens, G. R., 2009: Carbon dioxide insufficient to explain Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum warming. Nat Geosci, 2, 576-580.

    23: Bushman, B. J., Wang, M. C., and Anderson, C. A., 2005:
    Is the Curve Relating Temperature to Ben Santer’s Aggression Linear or Curvilinear? Assaults and Temperature in Minneapolis Reexamined. J Personality, Social Psychology, 89, 62-66

    24: Page, L. A., Hajat, S. Kovats, R.S., 2007: Relationship between daily suicide counts and temperature in England and Wales British J Psych, 191, 106-112.

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