NOAA Fraud Update : 2012 Was Not A Top Ten Summer In The US

NOAA wants us to believe that the summer of 2012 was the hottest in US history, but it wasn’t even close. They claim this because they are tampering with data, and including newer stations which make their statistics worthless.

Average afternoon temperatures were more than two degrees hotter in 1936

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Almost all all-time record maximum temperatures were set during the 1930s.

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Almost all summertime record monthly temperatures were set in the 1930s

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Record daily temperatures were much more common during the 1930s.

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7 Responses to NOAA Fraud Update : 2012 Was Not A Top Ten Summer In The US

  1. Did they release the 2012 data yet?

  2. I have ALL of the old data (when lots of stations had tons of missing data, and the last 4 days of 2012). It would be interesting to see what the difference is with and without the missing data. I’ve been too busy to work on mine lately but maybe I’ll fire it up tonight and work on it. I have a long way to go to get to where you are with it. I want to make it so you can get data from n nearest stations to a zip code, a state, region, stuff like that.

  3. Eric Barnes says:

    By now I’d think Tom Karl knows the AGW scare was and is massively overblown. It must be a little like being Bernie Madoff except you aren’t in prison. Anyone with half a brain knows though and there must be truly entertaining moments in the office.

  4. crosspatch says:

    It was spring in 2012 that pushed the averages up. We had a very sunny and storm-free spring in much of the country. Not that any individual day was particularly hot, just that we had a lot of nice, warm, sunny days in a row that pushed up the monthly average.

    • TeaPartyGeezer says:

      The government MUST spend trillions of dollars in order to rid us of these catastrophic warm and sunny spring days.

  5. Brian G Valentine says:

    The sad part is, even if Jane Lubchenco left Tom Karl would still be there

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