NASA 1990 : No Global Warming – Surface Temperature Record Should Be Replaced By More Accurate Satellites

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01 Apr 1990 – EARTHWEEK: A DIARY OF THE PLANET Global Warming

Twenty-four years later, NASA and NOAA ignore the more accurate satellite data – and report only useless, tampered surface temperatures.

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11 Responses to NASA 1990 : No Global Warming – Surface Temperature Record Should Be Replaced By More Accurate Satellites

  1. ralphcramdo says:

    NASA was legit at one time?

  2. Billy Liar says:

    I wonder when switching to satellites for sea level measurement will backfire on them?

  3. richard says:

    “NO SIGN”- love it!

  4. globalcooler says:

    Reblogged this on Globalcooler's Weblog and commented:
    And they knew it then and they know it now. Beyond belief!

  5. cartoonmick says:

    Holes can be found in any argument. Honest experts are good at finding holes in their own arguments.
    But regardless of figures, graphs, measurements and satellites, droughts around the globe appear to be on the increase.
    Even satellites know this.
    Yeah, I know, this is probable due to a combination of increased populations and people drinking too much (water, not alcohol).
    Anyway, there shouldn’t be a shortage of water, after all, it hasn’t been drifting off into space, so it must be lurking around here somewhere.
    Just a matter of finding it.
    So, until the missing water is found, we must all be prudent in the manner we use, making sure we conserve water when we can.

    This cartoon will help in understanding how to cut back in its use . . .


  6. kramer says:

    Steve, thank you for finding and posting these great articles.

  7. Steve Milesworthy says:

    Here is another report of the same story. This report quotes the names of the authors of the report that said how great the satellites were:

    The authors were none other than John Christy and Roy W Spencer.

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