The following represents the heart of the United Nations sponsored scandal known as "Climategate". Much thanks to our anonymous Internet troll for the link. Of course all the data and conclusions have been soundly, thoroughly and completely discredited. Billions of dollars of taxpayer's money has been wasted. Pay close attention to the long list of co-conspirators at the end of this document.
I've added a few links to provide a bit of background about climategate. All climate scientists should be embarrassed and ashamed over climategate, and distance themselves as far from the United Nations and its IPCC as possible. There can be no honest debate over the science when all of the data is corrupt. If this were an issue in a courtroom the case for man-caused global warming would be thrown out in an instant and all the United Nations contributing so-called scientists would be in prison for committing perjury and criminal fraud, if not crimes against humanity.
http://www.climategate.com/ (particularly thorough)
Note: On March 9, 2010, the Climategate.com stopped operations as a daily blog. On July17, 2010, we returned as a simple news aggregator. The main reason for this was to make available again all of our previous articles. You can find them through this index of climategate articles.
The goal of Climategate.com is to provide a daily dose of information regarding the world’s greatest scam, climategate, and other information and news to help you in your battle against the Religion of Settled Science to dispute their views on Anthropogenic Global Warming, and in addition, to battle the one-world socialist agenda, which is the movement’s leaders’ real goal.
If you would like a good primer on climategate Lord Christopher Monckton has created a 43 page report you can download free, in PDF form, called Climategate: Caught Green-Handed — Cold Facts about the Hot Topic of Global Warming Temperature Change after the Climategate Scandal.
And now, an outline of what is rightly considered "history's biggest scam."
IPCC Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007
Climate Change 2007: Working Group I: The Physical Science Basis
Contents3Chapter 3: Observations: Surface and Atmospheric Climate ChangeExecutive Summary 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Changes in Surface Climate: Temperature 3.2.1 Background 3.2.2 Temperature in the Instrumental Record for Land and Oceans FAQ 3.1 How are Temperatures on Earth Changing?3.3 Changes in Surface Climate: Precipitation, Drought and Surface Hydrology 3.3.1 Background 3.3.2 Changes in Large-scale Precipitation 3.3.3 Evapotranspiration 3.3.4 Changes in Soil Moisture, Drought, Runoff and River Discharge FAQ 3.2 How is Precipitation Changing?3.3.5 Consistency and Relationships between Temperature and Precipitation 3.3.6 Summary 3.4 Changes in the Free Atmosphere 3.4.1 Temperature of the Upper Air: Troposphere and Stratosphere 3.4.2 Water Vapour 3.4.3 Clouds 3.4.4 Radiation 3.5 Changes in Atmospheric Circulation 3.5.1 Surface or Sea Level Pressure 3.5.2 Geopotential Height, Winds and the Jet Stream 3.5.3 Storm Tracks 3.5.4 Blocking 3.5.5 The Stratosphere 3.5.6 Winds, Waves and Surface Fluxes 3.5.7 Summary 3.6 Patterns of Atmospheric Circulation Variability 3.6.1 Teleconnections 3.6.2 El Niño-Southern Oscillation and Tropical/Extratropical Interactions 3.6.3 Pacific Decadal Variability 3.6.4 The North Atlantic Oscillation and Northern Annular Mode 3.6.5 The Southern Hemisphere and Southern Annular Mode 3.6.6 Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation 3.6.7 Other Indices 3.6.8 Summary 3.7 Changes in the Tropics and Subtropics, and in the Monsoons 3.7.1 Asia 3.7.2 Australia 3.7.3 The Americas 3.7.4 Africa 3.7.5 Summary 3.8 Changes in Extreme Events 3.8.1 Background 3.8.2 Evidence for Changes in Variability or Extremes 3.8.3 Evidence for Changes in Tropical Storms FAQ 3.3 Has there been a Change in Extreme Events like Heat Waves, Droughts, Floods and Hurricanes?3.8.4 Evidence for Changes in Extratropical Storms and Extreme Events 3.8.5 Summary 3.9 Synthesis: Consistency Across Observations References Appendix 3.A: Low-Pass Filters and Linear Trends Appendix 3.B: Techniques, Error Estimation and Measurement Systems: See Supplementary Material Coordinating Lead Authors: Kevin E. Trenberth (USA), Philip D. Jones (UK)
Lead Authors: Peter Ambenje (Kenya), Roxana Bojariu (Romania), David Easterling (USA), Albert Klein Tank (Netherlands), David Parker (UK), Fatemeh Rahimzadeh (Iran), James A. Renwick (New Zealand), Matilde Rusticucci (Argentina), Brian Soden (USA), Panmao Zhai (China)
Contributing Authors: R. Adler (USA), L. Alexander (UK, Australia, Ireland), H. Alexandersson (Sweden), R. Allan (UK), M.P. Baldwin (USA), M. Beniston (Switzerland), D. Bromwich (USA), I. Camilloni (Argentina), C. Cassou (France), D.R. Cayan (USA), E.K.M. Chang (USA), J. Christy (USA), A. Dai (USA), C. Deser (USA), N. Dotzek (Germany), J. Fasullo (USA), R. Fogt (USA), C. Folland (UK), P. Forster (UK), M. Free (USA), C. Frei (Switzerland), B. Gleason (USA), J. Grieser (Germany), P. Groisman (USA, Russian Federation), S. Gulev (Russian Federation), J. Hurrell (USA), M. Ishii (Japan), S. Josey (UK), P. Kållberg (ECMWF), J. Kennedy (UK), G. Kiladis (USA), R. Kripalani (India), K. Kunkel (USA), C.-Y. Lam (China), J. Lanzante (USA), J. Lawrimore (USA), D. Levinson (USA), B. Liepert (USA), G. Marshall (UK), C. Mears (USA), P. Mote (USA), H. Nakamura (Japan), N. Nicholls (Australia), J. Norris (USA), T. Oki (Japan), F.R. Robertson (USA), K. Rosenlof (USA), F.H. Semazzi (USA), D. Shea (USA), J.M. Shepherd (USA), T.G. Shepherd (Canada), S. Sherwood (USA), P. Siegmund (Netherlands), I. Simmonds (Australia), A. Simmons (ECMWF, UK), C. Thorncroft (USA, UK), P. Thorne (UK), S. Uppala (ECMWF), R. Vose (USA), B. Wang (USA), S. Warren (USA), R. Washington (UK, South Africa), M. Wheeler (Australia), B. Wielicki (USA), T. Wong (USA), D. Wuertz (USA)
Review Editors: Brian J. Hoskins (UK), Thomas R. Karl (USA), Bubu Jallow (The Gambia)
This chapter should be cited as: Trenberth, K.E., P.D. Jones, P. Ambenje, R. Bojariu, D. Easterling, A. Klein Tank, D. Parker, F. Rahimzadeh, J.A. Renwick, M. Rusticucci, B. Soden and P. Zhai, 2007: Observations: Surface and Atmospheric Climate Change. In: Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [Solomon, S., D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M. Tignor and H.L. Miller (eds.)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA.