Whistleblower Reveals Shocking Deception On Climate Change

Contributed by Jeff Lucas

Dr. John Bates, a top NOAA scientist, shows indisputable evidence that data had been exaggerated to influence world leaders at the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

According to a Daily Mail report, top NOAA (America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientist, Dr. John Bates, indicated that the agency broke its own rules by publishing a rushed, flawed report with the purpose of making a dramatic impact on world leaders attending the UN Climate Conference in Paris in 2015.

The report made claims that a ‘pause’ or ‘slowdown’ in global warming in the period since 1998 – revealed by UN scientists in 2013 – never existed; and that world temperatures have been rising faster than scientists expected.

Released by NOAA, the news quickly spread across the world and was repeatedly quoted by politicians and policy makers.

Data Science,Climate and satellites Consultant John J Bates at his home in Arden North Carolina Picture Chris Bott

Data Science,Climate and satellites Consultant John J Bates at his home in Arden North Carolina Picture Chris Bott

Dr. Bates has shown that the paper was based on misleading and ‘unverified’ data. NOAA has a stringent, rigorous internal evaluation process in place for these types of papers, one devised directly by Dr. Bates and this data was not subjected to this process.

Despite Dr. Bates fervent objections to the publication of the deceptive information, he was overruled by his NOAA superiors in what he describes as a ‘blatant attempt to intensify the impact’ of what became known as the Pausebuster paper.

President Trump has pledged to reverse the previous administrations ‘green policies’ and possibly withdraw from the Paris Agreement.

H/T:  The Daily Mail

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