Decades-old government report shows climate data was bad

by Steve MacDonald

Lisa Benson, Climate, Global Warming, HumorWarmists and Cultists will pshaw.

In 1999, the National Academy of Sciences, the research arm of the National Research Council, released a study expressing concern about the accuracy of the data used in the debate over climate change. They said there are,

“Deficiencies in the accuracy, quality and continuity of the records,” that “place serious limitations on the confidence that can be placed in the research results.”

Watts Up With That has the list of scientists who came to this conclusion decades ago, many of whom then proceeded to rubber stamp IPCC conclusions drawn from the same data.

There’s plenty more at the link, not that any of it will dissuade the true believers.

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