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Wed May 17, 2017, 11:00 AM

Princeton University Emergency Project Seeks to "Rescue" Climate Data from Gov't Websites.

I guess they're concerned a little about the liar in chief.

Join Princeton's DataRescue Effort

Calling All Volunteers! DataRescue Princeton University needs your help. This is "an opportunity for Princeton University faculty, staff and students to help preserve a wide range of climate and environmental data resources accessible on government agency websites." Learn more at http://datarescue.princeton.edu/ Register by May 14.


'Nuff said.


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Reply Princeton University Emergency Project Seeks to "Rescue" Climate Data from Gov't Websites. (Original post)
NNadir May 2017 OP
dhill926 May 2017 #1
shenmue May 2017 #2
NNadir May 2017 #3
defacto7 May 2017 #4

Response to NNadir (Original post)

Wed May 17, 2017, 11:54 AM

1. the fact that this is even happening...

is frightening...

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Response to dhill926 (Reply #1)

Wed May 17, 2017, 12:08 PM

2. True

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Response to dhill926 (Reply #1)

Wed May 17, 2017, 12:21 PM

3. I absolutely agree. It's as surprising to me as was the fall of the Soviet Union. n/t

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Response to NNadir (Original post)

Wed May 17, 2017, 03:52 PM

4. I have a few hundred GB free..

I'd be glad to stash some of that data. 'Lotta good it would do, but I would. I wish a couple milion people would do the same and be a redundancy backup repository for science data. Princeton or whoever can store the mains and the rest spread out across the population.
Good idea? Bad idea?

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