Is it about time that the planet's surface temperature measuring stations be 'fixed'?

The data source that provides the very basis of the "Man-did-it" global advocates' argument is simply worthless: “Over 800 scientists and economists from 24 countries were in attendance this week at the Second Annual ICCC in New York City organized by the Heartland and with 60 co-sponsoring... show more The data source that provides the very basis of the "Man-did-it" global advocates' argument is simply worthless:

“Over 800 scientists and economists from 24 countries were in attendance this week at the Second Annual ICCC in New York City organized by the Heartland and with 60 co-sponsoring organizations including Icecap…. One of the major outputs was Anthony Watt’s report on the surface station project. He documented the results of the siting survey of the US climate network. He and his team of volunteers are now 75% through the climate network and only 11% of the stations meet the government’s own published standards. He had a wonderful publication that will be widely distributed to decision makers.”
http://www.icecap.us/
surfacestations.org
Update: Dana, you are right..... the satellites need to be repaired also, as we have already seen with the ice mass miss scandal that was the size of Spain, by one of our so-called high-tech satellites.
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