Shock News : Hansen Roller Coaster Comes In #1 – By 0.01 C

GISS temperatures were all over the place last year, rising during a record cold La Nina and then falling in December. But miraculously, 2010 came in as the hottest year by 0.01 degrees. Who ever would have predicted that result from Hansen?

Never mind that they don’t have any data for about 20% of the planet and that they have lost most of their stations, they can still measure the planet’s temperature with incredible precision.

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7 Responses to Shock News : Hansen Roller Coaster Comes In #1 – By 0.01 C

  1. BioBob says:

    yes, incredible is the operative word !

  2. Anything is possible says:

    The “warmist year ever” has a sting in the tail, however.

    The month-on-month drop of 0.34C from November to December was the largest in the GISTEMP record since 1960.

    Feel free to use that one… (:-

  3. Where are the global warmers with their labored reasoning for why the blue line does what it does.

  4. Are we still using Co2 as a temperature measurement because it does confuse me, what with all the warm/cold and the drought/flood.

  5. Al Gored says:

    Why is HadCRUT going up in the fall? Were they on the planet Nunavut? Does that mark the return of Phil Jones?

    In any case, that mysterious rise certainly does seem to provide still more fantastically reliable evidence to support Hansen’s visions.

  6. slimething says:

    How can anyone criticize GISS when Dr. Hansen predicted back in May that 2010 would be the warmest year on record? Come on, give the guy some credit; he’s been working hard at making it +.01 rather than -.01.

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