Gunnar Emilsson wrote:
Citing the Daily Mail. Yeesh. What's next, a thesis with the National Enquirer as a reference?
Are we sure that Oddjob and Cactus Plains aren't one and the same?
Oh, my. Isn't hypocrisy hard at work here.
If I had a nickle for every time I have seen The Guardian or the Daily Mail referenced here at milescity, I could probably buy a couple of beers. Hell, some of you do it three times a day. If I had a nickle for every time I have seen somebody here bad mouth those reference besides me, I'd be out of pocket on any cold ones.
I don't suppose anybody noticed the "whistleblower" was the guy who wrote the NOAA protocols for developing and archiving the data in question. If anybody knows how data was faked or mishandled, it would be that guy. It would also be an interesting story to hear how the groups referenced by Bridgier were able to procure and analyze data that NOAA failed to deliver to Congress after being handed a subpoena for it.
Tell me that Bridgier. Why does some nobody at Berkeley Earth have access to NOAA data that Congress can't get from a government agency?