Nov 30

U.S. government agencies have been caught repeatedly altering arctic sea ice records


Once again, the courageous data analyst Tony Heller has caught U.S. government agencies altering ice history records to make the past seem colder than it was measured (and thereby make the present seem warmer in comparison).

Now, Heller and others have uncovered previous government reports showing arctic ice levels growing substantially in the 1970s. More recent government reports (often generated by the same agencies) have erased this record of sea ice growth in the 1970s–so that the government can promote its theory of manmade-global-warming-by-carbon-dioxide (which in turn, boosts the government’s demands for more power and money to ‘solve’ the alleged problem).

See here.