89% Of US July 14 High Temperature Records Were Set Below 350 ppm CO2

There are 901 USHCN stations which were operating during both 1930 and 2011. Out of those stations, eighty-nine percent set their all time July 14 maximum temperature record with CO2 below 350 ppm.

Thirty-eight percent (347) set their all time July 14 record during the 1930s and eighteen percent (162) set their all-time July 14 record during the 1950s.

Only three stations have set their all time July 14 record during the current decade.

There is no basis for attributing US heat waves to CO2. How can NOAA lie about this?

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3 Responses to 89% Of US July 14 High Temperature Records Were Set Below 350 ppm CO2

  1. johnmcguire says:

    Steven , of the three records that were set in this decade were those raw data records , or after adjustments ? Also I have observed that the so called record keepers fail to properly account for UHI , as they value it well below it’s true effect. Thank you for your constant vigilance and bull dog tenacity in keeping the pressure on the liars who are promoting agw

  2. scizzorbill says:

    “How can NOAA lie about this”? They are desperate to prove AGW. This is the #1 priority. Lying has been used by all grant sucking/Marxist loving climate scientists forever to promote the scam. This is a requirement, because the true data does not support AGW/ocean acidification/dangerous sea level rise/species extinctions/population crisis or whatever the latest scare is. As long as ‘The Controllers’ pay them, it will continue.

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