Friday, February 26, 2010


The Met Office (U.K.) is to re-examine 160 years of global temperature records following the 'climategate' scandal.- Telegraph,U.K

"This project, will be in partnership with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). It will gather the original temperature records from thousands of weather stations around the world. The readings will be double-checked and new information that has become available, such as improved understanding of atmospheric change, will be added. The data will then be independently analysed to assess how the temperature has changed over different regions."

The new analysis, will now provide a more detailed picture of any global warming and boost public confidence in actual facts.

Just to remind readers, this project is correctly undertaken, after emails stolen from the University of East Anglia show scientists were willing to manipulate global warming data in a scandal known as 'climategate'.
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