GISS Hits An Iceberg And Is Taking On Water

According to Hansen, global temperatures dropped in July to 0.47 – the lowest level since March, and far below Hansen’s zero emissions after 2000 scenario C

pubs.giss.nasa.gov/docs/1988/1988_Hansen_etal.pdf

data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabledata_v3/GLB.Ts+dSST.txt

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14 Responses to GISS Hits An Iceberg And Is Taking On Water

  1. gator69 says:

    And the band played on…

  2. johnmcguire says:

    Ha Ha , just pitched another fine looking barrel of wine . About mid December should see me bottling it providing Lord willing I’m still amongst the living on earth . So when those cold winter nights are happening I’ll be able to enjoy a warm fire and a couple of glasses of peach wine. But I won’t waste a drop of it toasting the demise of the agw crowd . It’s a simple recipe , 300 pounds of nice windfall peaches 150 pounds sugar enough water to bring the level up to about the 60 gallon mark ( is ok if you have a little more it just means more to drink ha ha ) you do the standard proccess for making wine from there on and should be ready to bottle in December . This recipe will make the best wine most people have ever had . After the proccess is complete you will end up with around 50 gallons finished product and will drink quite a bit as the proccess works through . I wonder what the wackjob agw crowd will be screaming about in December but I don’t wonder very much as listening to them is kind of like visiting the lunatic asylum it just makes you sad about the waste of minds .

  3. Ray says:

    Another thing which is not generally known, is that the global temperature anomaly for GISS/NCDC/HADCRUT3/UAH/RSS for 2011 and 2012 so far, are all below the IPCC AR4 “COMMITMENT” scenario mean anomaly projection, which assumed zero growth in “greenhouse gas” emissions since 2000.
    In other words, global temperature is behaving as if there had been zero growth in “greenhouse gas” emissions since 2000.

  4. Dave Price says:

    This looks like a job for… Adjustment Man!!

  5. Doug Proctor says:

    Somehow Schmidt still says that Hansen’s predictions are good, although closer to B than A.

    I don’t get where he and Jimmy are coming from.

    • johnmcguire says:

      I think it takes a corrupt and confused mind to follow the thought patterns of the warmists , and like that guy corizine who oversaw the rape of MF Global they seem to be getting away with the money

  6. You guys do realize that one month (or even one year) doesn’t indicate much, don’t you? The last available 5-year mean is about .54 C.

  7. Ian George says:

    I’ve always been intrigued how GISS arrive at their temperature records. If you check their map from 1900-2011 there has only been an increase of 0.05C for the past 110 years.
    http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/do_nmap.py?year_last=2012&month_last=7&sat=4&sst=1&type=anoms&mean_gen=0112&year1=1900&year2=2011&base1=1951&base2=1980&radius=1200&pol=reg
    But their map from 2006-2011 shows an increase of 0.52C of 5 years when it is supposed to be cooling.
    http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/do_nmap.py?year_last=2012&month_last=7&sat=4&sst=1&type=anoms&mean_gen=07&year1=2006&year2=2011&base1=1951&base2=1980&radius=1200&pol=reg
    Maybe I am interpreting them incorrectly.

    • Ray says:

      I interpret the first map as showing that the mean anomaly for 1900 to 2011 is 0.05c above 1951-80 and the second one as showing that the mean anomaly for 2006 to 2011 is 0.52c above 1951-80.
      Since 50 years of the period 1900 to 2011 is prior to 1951-80, I don’t think it is possible to interpret the first map as showing an increase of 0.05c over the last 110 years.

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