Sunday, June 19, 2011
Surprise? Climate Scientists "Pad" Data
It would seem that more Climate Scientists are being caught with their hand in the "exaggeration" cookie jar.
According to an article on Fox News, Scientists at the University of Colorado have been "padding" their Sea Level measurements:
"The University of Colorado’s Sea Level Research Group decided in May to add 0.3 millimeters -- or about the thickness of a fingernail -- every year to its actual measurements of sea levels, sparking criticism from experts who called it an attempt to exaggerate the effects of global warming.
"Gatekeepers of our sea level data are manufacturing a fictitious sea level rise that is not occurring," said James M. Taylor, a lawyer who focuses on environmental issues for the Heartland Institute."
Surprised? Me Either...