Getting Rid Of The 1940’s Blip

The 1940’s blip was messing up their fake global warming theory, so the Climategate team simply got rid of it.

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13 Responses to Getting Rid Of The 1940’s Blip

  1. omanuel says:

    The 2009 Climategate emails that surfaced in Nov 2009 were but the tip of a deep iceberg of government deception that flourished out of sight in the lush funds of federal research agencies after WWII.

    Thank you, Steven, for your courage in confronting this institutional deception.

    • omanuel says:

      The decision in 1945 to hide neutron repulsion – the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki – damaged the integrity of almost all physical sciences.

      Worse yet, the agreement to deceive the public destroyed the integrity of constitutional governments world-wide.

      “Oh what a tangled web we weave
      When first we practice to deceive.”

  2. tom0mason says:

    Slightly off topic but….
    Hello again Hockey Stick, goodbye global Medieval Warming Period.

    These are the conclusions of a multi-proxy 1000-year climate reconstruction published today (March 31) in Nature Climate Change, by Dr Raphael Neukom of the Oeschger Centre at the University of Bern, and Dr Joelle Gergis of the University of Melbourne.

    Dr Neukom summed up for a University of Melbourne press release:

    “The study showed the ‘Medieval Warm Period’, as identified in some European chronicles, was a regional phenomenon.
    During the same period, temperatures in the Southern Hemisphere were only average. Our study revealed it was not a common climate event that many people have previously assumed.”

    The paper claims that in 99.7 percent of the results, the warmest decade of the millennium occurred after 1970.

    Of course the 1940’s blip is gone as well!

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Cooling in the 1940’s and 50’s confirmed by Nenana Ice Classic.
    “It was the thirty-sixth lottery and the twenty seventh time the thaw had come in May. The other nine thaws occurred in April.”

  4. Shanna M says:

    Is there an online source for the 1975 National Academy of Sciences graph?

  5. Andy Oz says:

    Marine scientists prove that Indian Ocean temperatures have nothing to do with CO2.
    Models in a study on WA corals alledge a steady rise in SST’s off WA since 1800. Whether the models hind cast correctly is unknown, but if CO2 wasn’t causing the global warming between 1800 and 1970 then what did?

  6. Norway says:

    Who can we trust?

    “The sudden drop in temperatures in 1945 now appears to be an artefact of a switch from using mainly US ships to collect sea surface temperature data to using mainly UK ships. The two fleets used a different method. The temperature record is currently being updated to reflect this bias, but in essence it means that the cooling after 1940 was more gradual and less pronounced than previously thought.”

    Buckets to blame for wartime temperature blip

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