- - Friday, March 21, 2014

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

The federal government may develop a weather database so everyone can track global warming data, but who exactly is going to censor the data (“Obama unleashing power of data on climate change,” Web, 19)? We know from past experience that the government can’t be trusted to ensure unbiased data is incorporated into a database.

The government can no longer trust scientists to rubber-stamp its man-made global warming mantra, so it must now develop a skewed weather database to support it. To find the truth, all we need to do is have the National Security Agency review all of the the international conversations between weather experts.

JACK DUCKWORTH

Burke, Va.


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