1878 – The Year Earth Went Crazy

Phil Jones has done the standard climate science data tampering by cooling the past, but one year bucked the trend. The year 1878 became much hotter than that year was in 1990. It must to be great to be a climate scientist, and get to rewrite the past – like Winston Smith.

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12 Responses to 1878 – The Year Earth Went Crazy

  1. Chewer says:

    Phil is a saint compared to the present administration and Democrat cartel.
    They created more criminals in the U.S. one second after midnight on 31 March 2014 than any entity on planet Earth. I wonder if the present cartel and their fellow travelers might possibly hold this over the new criminals heads? Could they possibly extract retribution by offering them amnesty for votes?
    Nah, the communists in power would never do anything as sinister as that, now would they…

    There were more criminals created in a fraction of a second than at anytime in human history, all at the hands of the fully partisan Affordable Care Act!

  2. Jason Calley says:

    From 1860 to 1877 scientists and meteorologists all around the Northern Hemisphere were stupid. They mismeasured temperatures, such that even when their figures were collated together, their errors refused to average out, leaving them with readings .2 degrees too hot. This went on year after year, but then, 1878 came along, and that year, the scientists were… stupid again. But THAT year, they were all so overwhelmingly bad that they consistently measured temperature too hot, and not just by .2 degrees like always. No, that year they were twice as far off and in the other direction. For that single year, the worlds scientists swung .6 degrees from the previous errors — but not to worry! The year after that, 1879, they returned to their old errors as if the wild year of 1878 never happened.

    The end… so turn out your light and Daddy Hansen and Momma Mann will tuck you in all comfy and warm.

  3. -=NikFromNYC=- says:

    Climate cunts.

  4. Anything is possible says:

    Actually, the Earth did go kind of crazy in 1878:

    This is worth filing away for when our “friends” start babbling away about “unprecedented catastrophe” the next time there’s a major El-Nino :

    http://www.dgf.uchile.cl/ACT19/COMUNICACIONES/Revistas/aceetal08.pdf

    • Jason Calley says:

      The question is not whether the Earth went crazy; it may well have done so. The question is whether the measurements made that year went crazy; were the readings in error by .4 degrees?

  5. Dale Hartz says:

    1878 must have been very warm as the first commercial transit of the Northern Sea Route was made in that year according to Wikipedia

    “However, it was only in 1878 that Finnish-Swedish explorer Nordenskiöld made the first complete passage of the North East Passage from west to east, in the Vega expedition. The ship’s captain on this expedition was Lieutenant Louis Palander of the Swedish Royal Navy.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Sea_Route

  6. TomC says:

    I’m guessing that the real 1878 data somehow was used instead of the cooled down version of the data.

  7. Sparks says:

    The scale is amazing lol

  8. Bill Illis says:

    1877-78 was the biggest Super-El Nino in history.

    There is a pattern of areas which are most affected by the ENSO and one can see that in Minnesota’s climate in the winter of 1877-78. As more stations were added to Hadcrut, more of the areas impacted by the El Nino got into the record.

    http://climate.umn.edu/doc/journal/wint77_78.html

    • Jason Calley says:

      Yes, but were the measurements done correctly? Why the sudden change in “adjustments”? How are those adjustments justified?

  9. Studiodad says:

    The earliest ice out date for Lake Minnetonka in MN in 136 years is 1878. http://climate.umn.edu/doc/ice_out/ice_out_historical.htm

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