If You Like Your Fake Temperatures, You Can Keep Your Fake Temperatures

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5 Responses to If You Like Your Fake Temperatures, You Can Keep Your Fake Temperatures

  1. Ronald says:

    The only data to use is the raw data. And even then we must be carrfull becaus even that cane and will be fishi so to speak.
    Steve if any one cane do something like put togetter a raw data grap you would be the man to do it. Then also we now what the real climate is.

    • marque2 says:

      They also shut down a lot of the weather stations that showed cooling /and are rural as a “cost cutting measure.” Yeah, you can look back 100 years of unadulterated data – but then you will only see the data from the non-closed weather stations.

  2. Jason Calley says:

    Except in specific cases with known, describable and explained variation, data should not be altered or adjusted. Any data “adjusted” needs to have a clear explanation of why it was changed and by what process. Lastly, all data, charts, etc., need to have appropriate error bars assigned.

    Lacking those things, you get institutions like NOAA pretending to output scientific findings. NOAA is no more believable than the so-called economic reports issuing from Washington.


  3. Andy DC says:

    The striking part of the chart was the cold of the late 1970’s. Aside from that, there is very little change. There is absolutely no sign of significant warming.

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