Where Is The Data?

In 1981, Hansen (red below) closely matched 1975 National Academy of Sciences (blue.) They both showed 0.5 C Northern Hemisphere land surface cooling after 1940.

ScreenHunter_455 Feb. 10 17.22

Both GISS and CRU now show about half that much cooling. What happened to the data that NAS and Hansen used?

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12 Responses to Where Is The Data?

  1. Mohatdebos says:

    What’s really sad is that with all this data manipulation it will be impossible to conduct statistical analysis in the future.

  2. EW3 says:

    The heat is in the oceans….

  3. darrylb says:

    This is a very important post!!!!
    Remember that in the 1970’s the general alarmist threat was “The Next Ice Age”
    The graphs above would show that. Then——-
    The Homogenized graphs (I think the first was by Tom Karl, and I do not see where it was peer-reviewed) were as Steve as shown done again and again, and then again and again.
    Always forties down and current up.

    Jones at CRU somehow lost the original data, He must have been a magician.

    In what the alarmist scientific world claims is the most important issue facing the future of humans,
    they loose the damn data !!!!!!!!!!——and they wonder why we became skeptical.

  4. Jason Calley says:

    I’ll believe global warming is a crisis when I see Gore and Hansen buy a duplex in Spitsbergen.

  5. Andy DC says:

    You have to remember that alarmist generated charts are nothing but manufactured propaganda tools. I believe Steve has made that more than abundantly clear.

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