Can GPS Disprove Global Warming?

Posted: May 28, 2010 in Climate Science, Daniel Baker, Global Warming, GPS, New York Times
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Daniel Baker, writing at the New York Times, want climate and other scientists (as well as the public) to have access to much of the data generated by the GPS system.

The purpose would be to use the data to study the earth.

Seems reasonable, right?

The down side–for those with a vested emotional or financial interest–is what happens if GPS proves (or just suggests) global warming is a bunch of hooey?  Settled science isn’t settled if the data is cooked.

Maybe GPS can help uncook some of what has happened.  The truth is out there.

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