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I feel a little strange writing this, but in recent weeks, I really started to question the validity of global warming climate. It is true that I am skeptical of many things I've heard, but until now I had the impression that the warming Climate has been almost universally accepted by reasonable people. After seeing the contents of a number of computers hijacked by a university British, I am not sure what to believe.
If somehow you have not heard, a group of people managed to hack and steal For many years the value of documents and emails from leading scientists for global warming. I am sure I never read all these countries (which are available here if you want to watch), but few reliable sources who have them look very guilty. Read articles For more details, but e-mails show explicitly that scientists manipulate information to make him look bad, tried to discredit and hide studies that were against their beliefs, tried to blacklist those who disagreed with them and boycotted the journals who published their work, and repeatedly went out of their way to retain its methods by the public. He went to delete e-fine mail and data they thought they could get because of the freedom of information requests.
To be fair, some of the stuff is really bad, but a legitimate explanation. An e-mail said that a scientist uses "cunning of nature to conceal Mike decline" in Results of temperature since 1980. Taken out of context that seems blatant falsification of information, but this is not the case. Mikes trick of nature is really using only real information in recent years, while for the most-term data on tree rings and air bubbles in ice were used. A combination of bad writing and be taken out of context that makes it seem worse than it should. Of course, this not alter the fact that these e-mails are a lot of questions about the reality of global warming, but it is important to get all information before reaching conclusions.
It reminds me of a book I did a report on the university's Skeptical Environmentalist The. It was written by a professional, professor of global warming that tried to discredit the claims against him. What he discovered that the number of claims made by environmentalists is based on data very ill, so he decided to clearly identify problems. It is a very good source book with a very large number of appointments and it is useful to check if you have time to do so. The author still believes in the global warming and should we make changes to stop, but he said he made it look worse really is.
So, at this stage does not really know what to believe. Make a lot of emails discrediting years and years of scientific work? I can hardly believe it. At the same time, if that is still a big problem, and raising a lot of questions about how the rest of the community Science has been to act. The only thing I am sure that we have to think before we commit ourselves to believe in this theory because, at a cost of $ 500 million per year, with lots of money to do what these scientists say they need. Also, if you see the image I got in this position, I left a comment, I'm curious to see how many fans of South Park there.
I'm a 26 year old law school graduate who has recently moved back upstate from NYC. I like writing about a lot of topics, some stupid and some serious, and hope people find it a good read.
Originally posted 2009-08-31 17:17:22.