1937: “by using hand-picked evidence, we can prove almost anything about our climate”

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26 Dec 1937, Page 35 – at Newspapers.com

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5 Responses to 1937: “by using hand-picked evidence, we can prove almost anything about our climate”

  1. jccarlton says:

    Reblogged this on The Arts Mechanical and commented:
    “By using hand picked evidence we can prove almost anything in climate.”
    That’s unfortunately the way climate science seems to be done.

  2. Dave1billion says:

    I’m pretty sure I see a hockey stick on the rightmost 1/128th of an inch of the graph.

  3. Andy DC says:

    The climate was trending warmer in 1937, but from 1940 to 1980 it trended colder. But then from 1980 to 1998 it trended warmer and it has been flat ever since.

    So what does that prove? Absolutely nothing. What does it portend? Your guess is as good as mine. But at least I am not siphoning $28 billion a year from the treasury, to make a wild assed claim, based on lies and fabricated data, that something catastrophic is about to happen.

  4. Marsh says:

    The key Question, is whether people today, are more or less honest in relation to climate reporting & predictions.? Today, the financial incentives along with better tools have made
    Climate Fraud attractive to the point of it being the status quo ; obviously they failed ethics.!

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