JAXA – Changing The Past For The Good Of The Climate

JAXA recently changed their Arctic sea ice algorithm, to move 2013 (red) from above the 2000’s mean, to below it.


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9 Responses to JAXA – Changing The Past For The Good Of The Climate

  1. Edmonton Al says:

    Is there not some sort of legal procedure to have thes people verify their claims??

  2. David A says:

    Is this done without so much as an announcement explaining yet another adjustment?

    • Andy DC says:

      You could never understand the complexities of the adjustments made by NOAA scientists. Niether you nor I can think at such a complex level. It is WAY beyond us!

  3. lance says:

    I have some snake oil for sale….

  4. NikFromNYC says:

    Publications that use such non-peer reviewed data set update adjustments thus suffer from serious lack of scientific rigor.

  5. Cheshirered says:

    Keep shining that light Steve. You’re on the right side of the ‘debate’.

  6. Anthony S says:

    Didn’t they just do it, and are now doing it a again?

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