NOAA Defines Beautiful Weather As Extreme

NOAA claims that 2012 was the second most extreme weather in US history, despite a record low tornado count and the longest stretch since the Civil War without a major hurricane.

They accomplished this by defining mild weather as extreme. I spent last winter in Maryland, and the weather was picture perfect. But NOAA says that last winter was the third most extreme winter in northeastern US history.

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U.S. Climate Extremes Index

NOAA is driven by politics, and their climate science has become a complete joke. Their predecessors described their behavior as a crime against the community.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/035/mwr-035-01-0007b.pdf

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3 Responses to NOAA Defines Beautiful Weather As Extreme

  1. ntesdorf says:

    Last year, 2012, I spent two months driving around the continental USA looking at new buildings, as an architect, from Miami to Seattle and San Diego to Portland, Maine,and was delighted by the cool, mild and temperate weather in all areas in June and July. I cannot see where this ‘third hottest’ stuff is being drawn from. When you are driving round in a car all day, you can tell hot from cold without a thermometer or a computer. I have done this trip every third year since 1967 and have seen it hot in the past, and this last year, hot it was not.

  2. tckev says:

    Joseph Goebbels quote –
    ““If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie.”

    Hopefully the people may soon come to realize the political and economic consequences.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Winter golf in normally cold places is a devastating effect of a mild winter. Same goes for lower heating bills as well.

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