Saturday, December 05, 2009

BBC Exposes Fudge Factor
Even though many of the Branch Carbonians are still clinging to their religion, their hoax is rapidly unraveling. Even the BBC showed how a regular computer programmer easily slagged some of the computer code uncovered in climategate

A segment on the Dec. 3 broadcast of BBC's "Newsnight," showed the implications of the story behind the so-called "ClimateGate" scandal are more than just e-mails concealing data, but an incompetence analyzing the data by way of faulty computer code.
John Graham-Cumming, a British programmer known for the open source "POPFile email filtering program" explained how the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU) had wholesale problems with its computer programming analyzing climate change data, with billion, if not even trillions of dollars, on the line.

Who will be the last man standing when the Branch Carbonians admit defeat? My money is on Al Gore.

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