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Jennifer Marohasy
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Have always been interested in nature, but from an empirical perspective.
Have always been interested in nature, but from an empirical perspective.

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There was once a clear distinction between science – that was about reason and evidence – and art that could venture into the make-believe including through the re-interpretation of facts. This line is increasingly blurred in climate science where data is now routinely remodeled to make it more consistent with global warming theory.
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An important report was released today by the Australian government making key recommendations regarding the methods used to reconstruct the historical temperature record for Australia. 
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Tropical cyclone Marcia made landfall as a category 3, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology was 'crying wolf' when it claimed a cat 5.  OLO have just published a piece by me explaining all... 
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Three busy days #9ICCC  .  Congratulations to Willie Soon recipient of the Courage in Defence of Science Award.  Another warrior, Paul Driessen, was also at the conference. Much thanks to The Heartland Institute. 
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looking forward to attending the awards ceremonies at the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change in #LasVegas next week http://climateconference.heartland.org/award-winners/  
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Image Lake Albert in South Australia as a nature reserve?  There is precedence… 
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My presentation on how the Bureau of Meteorology creates the official temperature record for Australia… at the Sydney Institute last week… how the data is truncated and then adjusted...
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Via Anne Henderson at the Sydney Institute...

IF YOU MISSED OR WANT TO SEE AGAIN
 
DR JENNIFER MAROHASY
speaking on
Modelling Global Temperatures – What’s Wrong. Bourke & Amberley – as Case Studies
The talk will be broadcast on A-Pac Channel 648
 
on Saturday 28 June 2014
 
at 8.15am and 9.30pm
 
Also podcast on The Sydney Institute website
 
http://www.thesydneyinstitute.com.au/speaker/jennifer-marohasy/

And the complete text with charts can be downloaded 

http://jennifermarohasy.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Marohasy_Abbot_Stewart_Jensen_2014_06_25_Final.pdf
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At the invitation of the Sydney Institute I will be talking next week about how the Australian Bureau of Meteorology changes temperature records.  I’ll be at the Gallipoli Club, 12 Loftus Street (between Bridge Street and Alfred Street), Sydney CBD, on Wednesday 25th June 2014 at 5.30 for 6pm.    

Did you know that the temperature series used to construct the official temperature record, both for Australia and globally, bear little resemblance to what was actually recorded?  Indeed temperatures have been diligently recorded at places like Bourke in outback New South Wales since 1871.  Then there’s the Bureau’s official record that takes a revisionist approach: first truncating the data and then passing it through complex mathematical algorithms.  

I hope to see you there.  RSVP by clicking here...  http://www.thesydneyinstitute.com.au/speaker/jennifer-marohasy/
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