Berkeley Scientist Wants To Know If Earth Has Warmed 0.7C Or 0.6C

How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? Last year was the hottest year ever – by 0.01C.

http://www.latimes.com/

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11 Responses to Berkeley Scientist Wants To Know If Earth Has Warmed 0.7C Or 0.6C

  1. Latitude says:

    again….

    Since they can’t hype warming, they are trying to hype “tied”….

    Tied means there has been no warming for the past 6 years.

  2. Sundance says:

    In February 2011 the Illinois State Climatologists website showed state average temperature at 29.5F degrees .7F BELOW average. NCDC’s website states that for Illinois, “The average temperature in February 2011 was 30.3 F. This was 0.7 F warmer than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average,…”.

    Is Hansen adjusting NCDC data?

  3. Blade says:

    Berkeley Scientist Wants To Know If Earth Has Warmed 0.7C Or 0.6C

    Well there’s that, but more importantly …

    What portion of that fraction of a degree is man-made and unavoidable?

    For logic impaired green liberals, I am asking a simple question: what would be the temperature delta from 1890-2010 if homo sapiens had gone extinct 20 KYA and the planet were left to its own devices?

    • Baa Humbug says:

      We wouldn’t be here to know. The rest of the planets critters don’t care, they just get on with it. (they’re smarter than us)

      (that was a trick question right?)

  4. suyts says:

    Berkeley and Koch. They found a team no one will believe even if their figures are correct.

    Willis has a good post one their proposed methodology @ WUWT……… sigh.

  5. Tourist in Chief says:

    Trenberth worries there will be an agenda? Like truth?

    And how does Thorne pretend to be a scientist? Claims “all the signs are there”, then lists things which aren’t happening?

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    Any idiot knows you don’t set up a weather station surrounded by asphalt and concrete. I knew that when I got my first thermometer, at age 8.

    • Mike Davis says:

      At some Universities they place their thermometers on the roof because there is not enough ground area to meet the requirements. Just place it in a shelter on top of a 4 story building with a white roof!

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