The National Climate Assessment depends on non-existent warming in the US, so NOAA had to alter the data to make it appear that the US is warming rapidly.
Future generations of Americans can expect to spend 25 days a year sweltering in temperatures above 100F (38C), with climate change on course to turn the country into a hotter, drier, and more disaster-prone place.
The National Climate Assessment, released in draft form on Friday , provided the fullest picture to date of the real-time effects of climate change on US life, and the most likely consequences for the future.
The 1,000-page report, the work of the more than 300 government scientists and outside experts, was unequivocal on the human causes of climate change, and on the links between climate change and extreme weather.
“Climate change is already affecting the American people,” the draft report said. “Certain types of weather events have become more frequent and/or intense including heat waves, heavy downpours and in some regions floods and drought. Sea level is rising, oceans are becoming more acidic, and glaciers and Arctic sea ice are melting.”
The report, which is not due for adoption until 2014, was produced to guide federal, state and city governments in America in making long-term plans.
Let’s look at their claim that 100 degree days are going to increase. Since 1930, one hundred degree days in the US have been in sharp decline. The graph below shows all 100F daily maximums reported at all GHCN HCN US stations since 1930, and 2012 doesn’t even rank in the top twenty. 1936 had almost three times as many 100 degree readings as 2012.
The entire basis of the report is a complete fraud, and it is supported by completely fraudulent claims from NOAA. The frequency of 100 degree days in the US is down 40% since the 1930s.