Congress begins investigating NOAA’s global warming temperature data manipulation; agency refuses to hand over requested data…(We’re Shocked, Right?!)

Friday, November 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
Friday, November 13, 2015

The chairman of a House committee on science has issued subpoenas to the Obama administration seeking more information about a recent scientific study refuting claims that global warming had entered a “pause” or had otherwise slowed down for nearly two decades now.

As cited by Climate Depot, a web site that publishes information refuting claims that so-called global warming/climate change is “settled science,” noted that Rep. Lamar Alexander, R-Texas, the chair of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, issued the subpoenas in mid-October.

The panel is demanding that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) hand over emails and records from U.S. scientists who participated in the study. The counterclaim undercuts a long-documented argument from climate change realists that man-made warming of the planet is not occurring, despite claims to the contrary by the administration and most liberal-led governments around the world.

Smith has long been skeptical of the so-called “science” that claims to have “proven” man-caused global warming is real.

As reported by The Washington Post:

Smith’s document request to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ordered the agency to turn over scientific data as well as internal “communications between or among employees” involved in the study, according to a letter … by the House committee’s ranking Democrat, Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (Tex.). Johnson accused Smith of “furthering a fishing expedition” by looking for ways to discredit NOAA’s study, which was published in June in the peer-reviewed journal Science.

NOAA says NO

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