"Climategate" and "Censored" Data

D3FC0NZ3R0

Member
Indeed, and then do a Google search to learn what is meant by censored data in statistical analysis.
Do a Miriam Webster search to learn what censored and data mean in any context (particularly a supposed objective scientific one)...Yes, I understand your point, but it doesn't apply here...the IPCC "climate experts" were not discluding 'noise', they were violating the basic principals of science in order to assist a politically expedient result. (Do you even which data they removed, and what it did to the outcome of their model?...with the help of amplifying other data BTW.)
 

Mick West

Administrator
Staff member
I've moved this here as it was off topic for the original thread (and possibly not PG compliant, we shall see)

D3, perhaps you could link to what you are actually referring to here?
 

Pete Tar

Senior Member.
Do a Miriam Webster search to learn what censored and data mean in any context (particularly a supposed objective scientific one)...Yes, I understand your point, but it doesn't apply here...
Why would you take a technical term and deliberately apply it in the common usage, that seems dishonest.
Can you demonstrate how that technical context doesn't apply in this case?
 
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