Another Orwellian Climate Moment

The same people who have been corrupting temperature data, erasing it, overwriting it, and pushing the biggest scientific scam in history, now say they are trying to protect the data from President Trump.


Scientists are frantically copying U.S. climate data, fearing it might vanish under Trump – The Washington Post

NOAA overwrites their monthly temperature data, and wanted $260,000 to recover data which should have been downloadable online in a matter of seconds

Fee Notification Letter – 2014-001602

I’ve been meeting with the Trump transition team this week in Washington discussing how to protect the data which the criminals in the climate mafia have been destroying.


Climategate professor Phil Jones admits sending ‘pretty awful emails’ | Daily Mail Online

“Data storage availability in the 1980s meant that we were not able to keep the multiple sources for some sites, only the station series after adjustment for homogeneity issues. We, therefore, do not hold the original raw data but only the value-added (i.e. quality controlled and homogenized) data.”

Scientists Return Fire at Climate Skeptics in ‘Destroyed Data’ Dispute –

Whatever progressives say they are doing, it is normally safe to assume they are doing the exact opposite.

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42 Responses to Another Orwellian Climate Moment

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Sure sounds like destruction of GOVERNMENT PROPERTY.

    1666. Destruction Of Government Property — 18 U.S.C. § 1361

    Section 1361 protects “any property” of the United States or an agency or department thereof, or any property being manufactured or constructed for the United States or an agency or department thereof, from willful depredation or attempted depredation. “Depredation” has been characterized as the act of plundering, robbing, pillaging or laying waste….

    This section prohibits actual physical damage or destruction of both real and personal property, but mere adverse possession of that property without physical harm is insufficient to violate the law….

    The penalties for violations of this section are tied to the extent of the property damage. As amended on September 13, 1994, if the damage exceeds $100, the defendant is subject to a fine of up to $250,000, ten years imprisonment, or both….. When property damage does not exceed $100, the offense is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $100,000, one year imprisonment, or both. See 18 U.S.C. §§ 3559(a), 3571.

  2. Steve Case says:

    We are in for an internal government cat fight of epic proportions:

    U.S. Energy Department balks at Trump request for names on climate change
    The U.S. Energy Department said on Tuesday it will not comply with a request from President-elect Donald Trump’s Energy Department transition team for the names of people who have worked on climate change and the professional society memberships of lab workers.

    • rh says:

      I don’t think this “internal government cat fight” will last too long. Trump isn’t likely to get tired of the fight and go on a world golfing tour any time soon.

    • Neal S says:

      So it is insubordination. They would treat the transition team as if they were no more than members of the US public. They forget who pays for everything they do, and barring any national security implications (which there should be NONE) there is no reason for any secrecy on anything that is being done.

      Perhaps those who are refusing to answer reasonable requests, may be out of their jobs due to being insubordinate. (Begging for a ‘is that your final answer’ moment) Someone else can take their place, and this can continue until either everyone is fired, or someone answers the questions asked, fully, accurately, and completely.

  3. Steve Case says:

    Scientists are frantically copying U.S. climate data,
    fearing it might vanish under Trump

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

    If you want to know what liberal democrats are doing, look at what they accuse others of.

  4. jmrsudbury says:

    I can see a bunch of the ‘value added’ data sets being purged. Why keep politicized data? We just need to ensure the raw data, or closest thereto is archived. — John M Reynolds

  5. Bleakhouses says:

    I wonder whose server they are copying the data to?
    I mean we all know that certain private servers are more prone to security intrusions than others right? Not that data integrity means anything to these people.

    As an on topic aside, I heard a great one yesterday: “During her tenure at DOS Hillary was hacked so many times the Secret Service changed her code name to Lizzie Borden’s Father.”

  6. ThomasR says:

    I wonder if these government scientists realize it’s a crime to remove/transfer/copy government data and put it on personal or private servers? Just ask Hillary about that. Or Snowden. Or any number of government employees not named Clinton sitting in prison for doing that. They don’t seem to get that the public (taxpayers) own the data, not them.

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  8. gator69 says:

    Why would we want to erase evidence of their crimes? They are the the party of 30,000 missing emails. As Tony pointed out, and as I have said for years, lefists are world class projectionists.

  9. Hahahahahaha! After National Socialist Germany surrendered in May 1945, George Orwell was sent there to quietly poke around. One can imagine Gestapo Thought Police facilities billowing smoke as “rectified” documents were burned. Orwell had a career much like Rudy’s. He would point to socialist writings glorifying Hitler and Stalin, next to those same sources glorifying Stalin and vilifying Hitler… and his “comrades” changed the subject. After the war he turned in a list of congregants of communo-fascist variants of socialism, and his former “comrades” shrieked like the Invasion of the Body Snatchers at the exposure. History does rhyme once in a while…

  10. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Projection, eh?

    Great to know that you have The President Elect’s ear. For the first time I feel we may be at the end of the beginning – if not the beginning of the end.

  11. Harry D says:

    More concern that they are removing any evidence of malfeasance to protect the guilty.

  12. Colorado Wellington says:

    Whatever progressives say they are doing, it is normally safe to assume they are doing the exact opposite.

    The reverse is also true:

    Whatever progressives claim you are doing and would do to them, they are doing and would do to you if they had the opportunity.

  13. Every newspaper has for centuries published the high & low temperatures. That data could be mined using re-Captcha to enhance OCR accuracy. The resulting numbers could serve as a sort of hedge against data hijacking and the crude forgeries and alterations we’ve seen exposed here so many times. Heat island effects could also be shown by grouping metropolitan data to contrast with small town data. That would be more convincing to folks unimpressed by standard deviations and other expressions that are jargon to many laymen.

  14. Greg Raven says:

    You’d think that the data would be more threatened if Hillary “The Strubber” Clinton had been elected. Trump has no history of deleting important files.

  15. TA says:

    Tony: “I’ve been meeting with the Trump transition team this week in Washington discussing how to protect the data which the criminals in the climate mafia have been destroying.”

    I keep getting more hopeful every day! Maybe we are not doomed to having our lives run by delusional Leftists. Maybe 2016 was their last gasp.

  16. TA says:

    Trump has the great running back, Jim Brown, singing Trump’s praises. I didn’t know this, but Jim Brown apparently runs a very successful project that helps inner city youth, and it sounds like Trump is going to help Brown go nationwide with it. Brown was *very* happy after his meeting with Trump.

    Right after election, Trump’s advisors said they were aiming to get 40 percent of the Black vote the next time he runs. The way Trump is going he may get a lot more than that.

    Trump also met with Kanye. He is reaching out to the minority communities in a variety of ways. Trump seems very serious about it, and what a change it will be from the neglect of the Left. Go get ’em, Donald. You are the man! You are on the right track.

  17. Mike says:

    Question: What say you of the SOS Tillerson pick? He is adamantly supportive of human-induced climate change by doing some quick research on his statements and policy at Exxon. Will Trump twist him to his will or is Trump ready to flip-flop?

    • tonyheller says:

      He had to go along with the scam to avoid being punished by the EPA

      • Dave N says:

        He wouldn’t be alone. I expect there’s a whole plethora of people in relative positions of power that are in the same boat. They’ll be identifiable as those who are supportive, but are not overly outspoken.

        Watch them come out of the woodwork as the scam crumbles. As they do, watch the leftists heads explode; it’ll be loud and messy.

    • Rud Istvan says:

      He came out in favor of a carbon tax just after buying natural gas fracker XTO for $32 billion. Would hurt coal most and natural gas least; so a smart ‘go with the flow’ business move. And as a bonus, the stance also defused the Oreskes ‘Merchants of Doubt’ meme from her awful 2010 book.

  18. John Blethen says:

    The first law the new Congress should pass and President Trump sign on January 20:
    “Carbon dioxide and other so-called greenhouse gasses are not ‘pollutants’ within the meaning of the Clean Air Act.” Let Congress, not EPA, decide policy.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Actually a law rescinding protection of bureaucrats no matter what they do. They should be as subject to firing for lying or poor performance as those who pay their salaries.

  19. JN says:

    Glad to know you’re working on the transition. It’s going to be fun to get to the bottom of the historical adjustments and the fact-less claims the EPA has been making for the last eight years.

    Watch how the CAGW groups vanish when the federal government is no longer funding junkets to their conventions and buying all their publications to keep them afloat.

  20. GW says:

    So Tony, without any details or specifics, can we say there is finally light at the end of the tunnel ? And it’s not an oncoming train ? Can we all, finally, begin to sleep better at night, believing that this nightmare is soon going to end ???

    • Gail Combs says:

      After January 20th. If the election is not stolen and given to Hillary.

      • ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

        I think there’s enough evidence around proving the Dummocrat’s lies and vote-rigging, which unsurprisingly are just some of the things the Dummocrat-bought MSM shills are calling fake news – the only excuse they can formulate.

        Given enough time, exposure and blatant stupidity on the part of the DNC, I hope the populace will see the truth.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Only 6 % of the population trusted the MSM and that was before this election when Trump blasted the MSM for lying and the DNC Wikileaks showed collusion.

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  26. Don says:

    So these folks are violating federal laws? They think Holder or Lynch will be there to protect them? Progs unhinged.

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