Ice Core Samples Prove 9,099 Out Of Past 10,500 Years Warmer Than 2010

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James Hansen of NASA is not just any global warming Moonbat, he is Al Gore’s global warming Moonbat. It was Hansen’s data that was used in Gore’s Oscar/Peace Prize winning film. Hansen’s work is ruled by one motto: “If God deals you bad numbers–fudge them.”

In October of 2008, Hansen made the announcement that it was warmest Oct. in history. A few days later after all the doom and gloom headlines passed he announced “OOPS NEVER MIND, I was wrong.” It was also after he was “outed” by other scientists. Oct. 08 was quite an average October. It Ranked 70th in the last 114 years.

That wasn’t the first time Hansen has screwed up his numbers. In 2007 he was forced by reporter Stephen McIntyre to revise his published figures for US surface temperatures, to show that the hottest year in history was not 1998 as he had claimed, but 1934.

Well It wasn’t exactly a correction. He fought tooth and nail  against changing the numbers, mislead the pres and in the end didn’t fully make the change.  Judicial Watch filed a FOIA request and gained access to all the NASA Documents related to the incorrect data, unlike a real scientist the grand guru of climate change wasn’t very anxious to correct his mistakes. As Judaical Watch reported:

via YID With LID: Ice Core Samples Prove 9,099 Out Of Past 10,500 Years Warmer Than 2010.

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