If The Data Doesn’t Match Their Theory, They Simply Change The Data

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11 Responses to If The Data Doesn’t Match Their Theory, They Simply Change The Data

  1. wwlee4411 says:

    Reblogged this on wwlee4411 and commented:
    The truth will come out. When declarations made and the truth contradicts it, it becomes obvious who is lying.

  2. WillR says:

    With Climate Science only the past is uncertain.

  3. Andy Oz says:

    I love the ‘scientific’ terminology. “Why the blip” ???
    The “Grapes of Wrath” record drought and heat in the US was just a blip.

    And they wonder why people call them alarmists and other unkind names?

  4. Andy Oz says:

    Alarmists love playing Hide and Seek with the “missing heat”. FOUND YOU!
    http://phys.org/news/2014-02-global-underwater.html

    Hmmm – Global SST’s same in 2011 as in 1992 – ZERO HEATING in 19 years!!!
    I’d like to know where the data is for 2012 and 2013? Now that is definitely missing. I wonder why? Could it be that temperatures are inconveniently cooler and yet to be adjusted than 2011??
    Did the dog eat it?

  5. jmrsudbury says:

    WillR, they are adjusting both past and present, so all temperature data are uncertain. — John M Reynolds

  6. Gunny G says:

    Reblogged this on BLOGGING BAD ~ DICK.G: AMERICAN ! and commented:
    GunnyG!

  7. Gail Combs says:

    My question was WHO was EPRI that Tom was writing a report for???

    The answer is VERY interesting: EPRI is the Electric Power Research Institute.

    Each year, EPRI meets with executives and experts to discuss industry challenges and opportunities. Summer Seminar has played a crucial role in shaping EPRI’s research portfolio and the future of electricity worldwide.

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    OUR BUSINESS
    The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. conducts research, development and demonstration (RD&D) relating to the generation, delivery and use of electricity for the benefit of the public. An independent, nonprofit organization, we bring together scientists and engineers as well as experts from academia and the industry to help address challenges in electricity.

    This is what I bust a gut laughing over:

    Commitment to Objectivity [ROTFLMAO}

    Together with our members we apply stringent standards of objectivity in conducting research, development and demonstration programs. This is achieved through our advisory structure and through recruiting researchers from independent research and technical authorities from around the world.
    Commitment to Innovation

    Innovation is a key to industry advancement. Here at EPRI it can incorporate unique combinations of scientific discovery, mechanical tinkering, adaptive application, accidental insight and experience gained in the real world. We are committed to driving innovation through collaborative research and the effective application of results.
    Commitment to Results

    We produce more than 1,200 products annually that range from white papers, project updates and newsletters, to comprehensive reports, field guides and software that inform our members and the public in their efforts to help shape the future of electricity. Firm commitments to making these deliverables valuable, as well as accessible and transferrable, are crucial to EPRI’s continued success in securing resources for the next greatest innovation in electricity.
    http://www.epri.com/About-Us/Pages/Our-Business.aspx

  8. Tom Harley says:

    I didn’t say any of that! Oh, wrong Tom. What about Tim, consuming more carbon than the average small town: http://pindanpost.com/2014/02/12/correcting-false-claims/

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