Whistleblower reveals NOAA manipulated global warming data

The Daily Mail has gotten its hands on some information that reveals that the world's leading source on climate change data rushed to publish its landmark "Pausebuster" paper.

The data in the paper was timed to influence the Paris Agreement on climate change, and it greatly exaggerated it's findings.

A whistleblower told the Daily Mail that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) broke its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the paper aimed at swaying Obama and David Cameron.

The report showed that the "pause" or "slowdown" in global warming since 1998, revealed by scientists in 2013, never happened, and that temperatures had been rising faster than scientists expected.

NOAA spewed out this information to great fanfare, and the story was cited by many politicians and policy makers.

But, according to whistleblower Dr. John Bates, the paper is "a blatant attempt to intensify the impact" of its so-called findings.

The people who preach climate change don't really care about the environment.  They just want to find ways to make you change your life.  They want to change how you live because your way is the wrong way.

It's a religion, a cult, and we're constantly being berated by hypocrites.

First it was global warming, then climate change, and now what?  Are we supposed to be climate fluid?  

It's impossible to predict what will happen.  The climate is fine, you will live, and California has rain.

Read more about the findings at the Daily Mail.

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