Last week, scientists from the United States Commerce Department’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said that a study of temperature readings for the contiguous 48 states over the last century showed there had been no significant change in average temperature over that period.
Phil Jones concurred and said that US temperatures are largely irrelevant anyway.
Dr. Jones said in a telephone interview today that his own results for the 48 states agreed with those findings. But he said there was no inconsistency between the apparent stable trend in the United States and the rise in global temperature because the 48 states cover a very small fraction of the earth’s surface and there are bound to be regional variations in climate.
NOAA tells a completely different story now. The current story is that the US has been heating since 1895, and that the US determines the earth’s climate.
Taxpayer funded criminal behavior.