Sunday, November 29, 2009

University of East Anglia Threw Away Global Warming Raw Temperature Data

After the leaked email scandal, the University of East Anglia has been forced to admit they threw away the raw temperature data they used to make their predictions of anthropogenic global warming. They claim they only kept the 'adjusted' data. That is one sure-fire way to prevent skeptics from checking your calculations. Based on what programmers have learned from examining the leaked code the University of East Anglia used to calculate the 'Hockey Stick Graph,' their calculations definitely need rechecking.

SCIENTISTS at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have admitted throwing away much of the raw temperature data on which their predictions of global warming are based.


Anonymous said...

How about a link to your CRU quote. I am unable to confirm it on their Web site. A UEA press release offers: "Over 95% of the CRU climate data set concerning land surface temperatures has been accessible to climate researchers, sceptics and the public for several years the University of East Anglia has confirmed." See

Bluegrass Pundit said...

The information is from TIMESONLINE.

Bluegrass Pundit said...

matthew said...

"I am unable to confirm it on their Web site."

This isn't really new news. It has ben known for a long time. Check this blog post.

If their server gets over it's problems and all pages are still (cough) intact, the admission is alleged to be on this page.

Anonymous said...

Also, climate data set is not the same as the raw data. That's where the chicanery comes in. Everyone has been reviewing the "adjusted" data set, so the fix was already in.

Without the raw data, independent peer review is impossible. How convenient.