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Climategate: Something’s Rotten in Denmark … and East Anglia, Asheville, and New York City

All of the organizations which gather temperature data now show evidence of fraud

By meteorologist Joseph D'Aleo


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  15 Dec 09 - (Excerpts) - "The familiar phrase was spoken by
   Marcellus in Shakespeare’s Hamlet — first performed around
  1600, at the start of the Little Ice Age. “Something is rotten in the
  state of Denmark” is the exact quote. It recognizes that fish rots
   from the head down, and it means that all is not well at the top of
  the political hierarchy. Shakespeare proved to be Nostradamus.
Four centuries later — at the start of what could be a new Little Ice Age — the rotting fish is Copenhagen.

"The smell in the air may be from the leftover caviar at the banquet tables, or perhaps from the exhaust of 140 private jets and 1200 limousines commissioned by the attendees when they discovered there was to be no global warming evident in Copenhagen. (In fact, the cold will deepen and give way to snow before they leave, an extension of the Gore Effect.)

Yes, the warming is man-made, says D'Aleo. "But the men are at the CRU, at NOAA’s NCDC, and NASA’s GISS, the grant-fed universities and computer labs.

The fraud stretches from New Zealand to Central Park in New York City, says D'Aleo.

"Willis Eschenbach, in a guest post on Anthony Watts’ blog, found a smoking gun at Darwin station in Australia. Raw data from NOAA (from their GHCN, Global Historical Climate Network, that compiled data that NASA and Hadley work with) showed a cooling of 0.7C. After NOAA “homogenized” the data for Darwin, that changed dramatically. In Willis’ words:

"YIKES! Before getting homogenized, temperatures in Darwin were falling at 0.7 Celsius per century … but after the homogenization, they were warming at 1.2 Celsius per century. And the adjustment that they made was over two degrees per century … when those guys “adjust,” they don’t mess around.

     Joseph D’Aleo is Executive Director of, a former professor
     of meteorology and climatology, the First Director of Meteorology at the
     Weather Channel, and a fellow of the American Meteorology Society.

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