NOAA fraud is worse than it seems


By Paul Homewood


According to NOAA, 2012 was the “second most extreme year on record” in the US. (The most extreme was 1998). They gleefully describe it thus:-

2012 was a historic year for extreme weather that included drought, wildfires, hurricanes and storms; however, tornado activity was below average, according to an analysis released today by NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center

(The tone is set immediately with the above map, which appears at the top of their report. As hurricanes, storms and tornadoes were near record low levels, the map, together with their opening statement, is blatantly misleading).

But just how extreme was it really? With global warming failing to materialise as planned, NOAA and others have been desperate to show that extreme weather is on the increase, and that mankind is responsible. In recent years, they have been running a “US Climate Extremes Index

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6 Responses to

  1. johnmcguire says:

    There is nothing new under the sun . It is amazing to consider that past generations had evil idiots such as these guys but the historical record proves they did . The saddest part about it is the fact that we seem to have so many sheeple who fall for their lies .

  2. Andy DC says:

    A record number of beautiful days is now considered extreme weather.

  3. gator69 says:

    “Yesterday NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released their outlooks for February and beyond…

    For February through April, temperatures have an equal chance of being above, below, or near average.”

    Could you be any less specific? 😆

    I can see it now…

    “NOAA 2013 Forecast was 100% Accurate, Models Vastly Improved!”

    Related stories: “We are Doomed!”
    “Al Gore Buys Hawaii”

  4. Harold Ambler says:

    In the 1910s and 1920s, 100 million acres burning in the Mountain West was not uncommon. Average acreage burned in the 1920s and 1930s was @25 million/year. So, I’m going to say 9 million acres burned is less than that. Going out on a limb here.

  5. I’d like to know where they got the idea that snow packs were low in the PNW. In 2012 and 2013 we have been at or above average.

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