I november 2015 hadde Curry denne op ed på Fox News;http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2015/11/05/is-government-tinkering-with-global-warming-data.html
Hun skrev bl.a.;
"There are two legitimate concerns here.
The first is data quality, an issue that needs to be resolved owing to the central role that this data set is playing in U.S. climate policy.
The second issue is arguably more worrisome and difficult to uncover: a potential alliance between NOAA scientists and Obama administration officials that might be biasing and spinning climate science to support a political agenda.
Rep. Smith stated: “The American people have every right to be suspicious when NOAA alters data to get the politically correct results they want and then refuses to reveal how those decisions were made.”
The House Committee’s investigation should provide insight into the following questions that deserve answers.
To what extent did internal discussions occur about the more questionable choices made in adjusting the ocean temperature data?
Was any concern raised about the discrepancies of the new ocean temperature data set and NOAA’s other ocean temperature data set (OISST) that shows no warming since 2003?
Were any Obama administration officials communicating with NOAA about these statements prior to issuing press releases?
Was the release of the land and ocean temperature data sets, which were documented in papers previously published, delayed to follow Karl’s June press release?"
I dag har hun en get nice job med det nye paperet som bekrefter Karl & Co, og all politikk synes glemt. Nå er det bare viktigheten av science.
Her er en kortversjon av hva de har gjort inkludert en video. http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~kdc3/papers/ihsst2016/background.html