Removing The Blip

NASA didn’t like that inconvenient spike in temperatures around 1940, as reported in Hansen 1999.

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So they simply removed most of it, and massively warmed the years after 1960.

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16 Responses to Removing The Blip

    • Eric Simpson says:

      Amazing. The desperate fear mongers are grasping at anything at all they can think of to try to scare people, including children. It’s shameful, and that when their theory has gone down the tubes with 17 years on no warming, rising or record ice levels at both poles, the abysmal failure of all their climate models, and, contrary to Al Gore’s bs, the historical record from ice cores shows zero causal correlation between CO2 and temperatures.

      “Unless we announce disasters no one will listen.” -Sir John Houghton, ex ipcc chair
      “We have to offer up scary scenarios… each of us has to decide the right balance between being effective and being honest.” -Stephen Schneider, lead ipcc author, 1989
      “The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of a catastrophe.” -Daniel Botkin, ex Chair of Environmental Studies, UCSB
      Right, this small pox thing is the latest scary scenario they’ve “offered up,” and the Dems got their idea on how they want to “truly change” society as they are filibustering on climate change in the senate all night tonight. The idea, taken directly from Obama’s Science Czar John Holdren is to “de-develop the United States… [and] design a stable, low-consumption economy.” Or force us to suffer with $10+ a gallon gas prices as Obama’s ex Energy Secretary Chu said “somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe,” or Obama himself who said that his plan (that thankfully he has not yet been able to implement) would cause electricity prices to skyrocket. Yeah, skyrocket, Obama’s word. What traitorous scum. Here we have China and Russia going full speed ahead with developing their countries and energy infrastructures, while are effete pusillanimous leaders seek to unilaterally eunuch-ize our own country. Sad. Horrendous actually.

      • omanuel says:

        The missing piece of the puzzle was hidden from the public, except for this one story in the Atlantic Constitution:

        • David Snell was a reporter, not a mind-reader. He reported what he learned through interviews. Case in point…. His October 3, 1946 article in the Atlanta Constitution was based on an interview with the head of security and intelligence at Konan, the largest industrial complex in the Far East.

          Following the Soviet occupation of Konan, six leading chemists were captured; one of whom managed to escape. Meanwhile, hundreds, if not thousands, of Koreans and Japanese fled Konan south to the U.S. Zone. Others, including a brilliant Austrian-born chemist and metallurgist, departed Konan prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Each had a story to tell, to XXIV Corp G-2 in Seoul, the OSS, and other U.S. intelligence organizations.

          Snell’s interview of that Japanese security officer was based largely on the testimony a Japanese chemist who was later interviewed by U.S. intelligence in Seoul. The chemist made two claims: 1. Japan conducted atomic research at Konan during the war. 2. Japan conducted an atomic test at sea. U.S. intelligence has since confirmed the former, and the latter, while much less likely, is within the realm of possibility.

          During WWII, Konan was a mystery city, largely out of range of U.S.reconnaissance. Now, nearly 70 years later, new evidence continues to develop which shows that Snell was right all along, and that Japanese physicists — some with ties to Konan — had advanced further than anyone had previously thought.

          – Bill Streifer, “The Flight of the Hog Wild”

      • omanuel says:

        Thank you, Bill, for giving us more evidence for the unpleasant reality none of us wanted to hear:

        The “evil empire” survived. Both

        a.) The end of WWII, and
        b.) The collapse of the Berlin Wall.

  1. omanuel says:


    NASA and other federal agencies seem to have been working since 1946 to hide certain information.

    My research mentor – the late Paul Kazuo Kuroda – was a nuclear geochemist on the faculty of the Imperial University of Tokyo during WWII. From Kuroda’s career, my own career, and abrupt changes that we both noticed in mainstream scientific opinions at the end of WWII – after Stalin’s troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb facility in Konan, Korea

    The Atlanta Constitution (3 Oct 1946)

    It appears Stalin used knowledge of Japan’s atomic bombs in negotiations to form the United Nations on October 24, 1945 and obtained agreement to hide the source of energy in cores of:

    1. Heavy atoms like Uranium
    2. Some planets like Jupiter
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way
    5. The now expanding cosmos

    To verify this for yourself, ask any member of the UN’s IPCC, the UK’s Royal Society, the US or any other National Academy of Sciences, or the Swedish or Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee to publicly address three figures of precise experimental data (Figures 1-3, pages 19-27, my autobiography) that falsify post-1945 models of stars and nuclei:

    Finally, the Sun itself exploded five billion years (5 Ga) ago and birthed the solar system.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  2. geologyjim says:

    The theme song for NASA, NOAA, and NCDC/USCDC is certainly “Everything Old Is New Again”

    including the original lyric “No need to remember when, ’cause everything old is new again”

    I’ll have to work on alternate lyrics for the rest of the tune

  3. tom0mason says:

    If they used a 30 year moving average then the ‘inconvenient’ blips would all disappear :-)

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