NOAA Says That They Don’t Know Why They Keep Making The Past Colder

ScreenHunter_960 Dec. 27 17.24

ftp://ftp.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/ghcn/v3/GHCNM-v3.2.0-FAQ.pdf

I’m guessing that it has to do with money.

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7 Responses to NOAA Says That They Don’t Know Why They Keep Making The Past Colder

  1. “Cooler airport locations.”

    Think about that phrase.

    ===|==============/ Keith DeHavelle

  2. Steve Keohane says:

    @ Keith
    That phrase is loaded, I mean the person who stated it was loaded.
    I suspect the reason the past has a non-normal distribution towards a colder past, is because it is randomly made a normal distribution by warming the distribution of the more current temperatures.need I add: /sarc

  3. Andy DC says:

    What about the urbanization that has taken place between 1960 and present surrounding many airport stations? I suppose that does not count because it does not fit their agenda.

  4. Chuck L says:

    If NASA/GISS were honest, the past temperatures should be warmed because more weather stations are now located in urban, suburban, and airport locations that are subject to UHI than in the past. The purpose of the changes is to create a rising temperature trend just like Steve has shown again and again.

  5. daveburton says:

    11,333 lines of Fortran code, and they fixed eight (8) bugs. I’m sure it’s bug-free, now.

  6. Mkelley says:

    I went to Anthony Watts’ surfacestations.org to find a picture of an airport site. This image stopped me. It shows how utterly stupid it is for us to take any “climate data” from the government seriously. This Stevenson screen is sadly representative of the “network”:

    http://gallery.surfacestations.org/main.php?g2_itemId=40285

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